However, the woman said prison officials said if she was unable to reach the prison, her fiance would still have accommodations until the storm passed.
As for prisoners still serving their sentences, Glady, citing security reasons, told the Herald she could not comment about whether any of the facilities in Dorian's path would be evacuated.
Some of the prisons were boarded up in anticipation of the storm.
Chris Lane, the warden at Tomoka Correctional Institute near Daytona Beach, said the boards were designed with air gaps and that the flow of oxygen is normal into the building, the Herald reported.
During Hurricane Michael last year, at least two prisons in the Panhandle were closed after damage to the roof and security systems, the Herald reported. Nearly 3,000 inmates were evacuated, the newspaper reported.