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Tattered flag famous fromTattered US flag captured attention across the country as it was whipped in wind
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Waste from Hurricane FlorenceHurricane Florence transformed parts of the North Carolina coast into a contaminated wasteland, with NASA satellite images showing dark, debris-filled rivers flowing into the Atlantic Ocean. The... photos were taken on Sept. 19 from above White Oak River, New River and Adams Creek. A natural-color image shows how "soils, sediments, decaying leaves, pollution, and other...
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Rain-swollen rivers in North and South Carolina kept rising on Sunday and were forecast to remain at flood level for days, the National Weather Service said more than a week after the landfall of... Hurricane Florence, already blamed for at least 40 deaths.
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Thousands of Dead Fish Cover"Many of the fish had been there for a day or more and burst from the heat."
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Florence floodwaters are stillAt least 44 people have died since Hurricane Florence made landfall in the Carolinas more than a week ago, and though the catastrophic rains have finally ceased, flooding continues to hit North... Carolina especially hard. The Cape Fear River will crest this wkd. while the Lumber River will crest again. The Neuse will rise until Mon. Additionally, new areas are flooding with little warning. Due to this, travel isn’t recommended south of US 64. See flood levels #FlorenceNC — NCDOT (@NCDOT) September 21, 2018 As some rivers continue to rise, tens of thousands remain without power, and many roads are still submerged or covered in debris. "I know we sound redundant, but it bears repeating," tweeted South Carolina's emergency management department. "Turn around, don't drown!" Floodwaters...
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Rivers and waterways, swollen after Florence's historic deluge, rose dangerously across the Carolinas on Tuesday, closing roads, inundating communities, hindering rescue and repair efforts and... preventing evacuees from returning home.
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North Carolina estimated on Tuesday that 3.4 million poultry birds and 5,500 hogs died in Hurricane Florence, exceeding the number killed in the state's last major hurricane two years ago.
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17 dead as Florence causes severe flooding

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17 dead as Florence causesAt least 17 people have died in weather-related incidents since Florence, now a tropical depression, made landfall Friday in North Carolina as a Category 1 hurricane. Severe flooding continues in... North and South Carolina, with some areas receiving more than 30 inches of rain over the last few days. Several roads in Wilmington are underwater, and 760,000 people are without power across North Carolina. A number of rivers are expected to crest on Sunday and Monday in North Carolina, and Gov. Roy Cooper (D) said the "risk to life is rising with the angry water." Since Friday, hundreds of people have been rescued from flooded homes in North and South Carolina.
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Lack of flood insurance heapsThe massive flooding caused by Florence will cause financial hardship for homeowners that don't have flood insurance.        
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What you need to know aboutIf you don't have the right insurance, you may need to pay for damage caused by hurricane flooding.        
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Florence remains deadly, even“Epic” amounts of rain are expected to continue to deluge North Carolina on Sunday, downing trees and causing rivers to overflow in areas already inundated by Florence. The monster storm was... downgraded to a tropical depression early Sunday, but experts said this was still “a catastrophic, life-threatening storm.” Fourteen people are believed to have died...
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Hurricane Florence Updates:The storm has sped up, leaving less time for its drenching rains to saturate the places in its path.
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How to find out when storesHundreds of grocery stores in the Carolinas remained closed Saturday because of Tropical StormFlorence but many are expected to reopen Sunday.        
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WATCH: Death toll rises asThe all-time record for rainfall in North Carolina by a tropical cyclone has been broken by Tropical Storm Florence.
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Their homes destroyed byOne couple’s home, along with those of their neighbors, was all but destroyed by violent flooding when the Hurricane Florence hit Thursday evening.        
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U.S. power companies said more than 974,000 homes and businesses, mostly in North Carolina and South Carolina, were without power on Saturday after Florence hit the Southeast coast.
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Death toll rises as killerTwo more people have died in Tropical Storm Florence, bringing the death toll to seven, authorities said Saturday. The two unidentified victims were killed by the unrelenting storm pummeling the... Carolinas on Harker’s Island Friday morning, Carteret County Emergency Services told the Charlotte Observer. Additional details have yet to be released, but authorities said the...
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WATCH: Tropical Storm FlorenceAlthough there hasn't been much structural damage in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, flooding is still a major concern.
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WATCH: Hurricane FlorenceResidents returned to review damage of a house and dock along the Pamlico River.
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Trump OKs disaster relief asThe White House says President Donald Trump has issued a disaster declaration for North Carolina and that will make federal money available to people in the counties of Beaufort, Brunswick, Carteret,... Craven, New Hanover, Onslow, Pamlico and Pender. Government aid can include grants for temporary housing and home repairs, low-cost loans to cover uninsured property...
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Video shows journalistWeather Channel reporter Mike Seidel was shooting a live segment in Wilmington, North Carolina, on Friday as winds barreled around him - but he didn't see the two guys walk casually past.
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Hurricane Florence: WarningsUS officials warn of life-threatening floods as five deaths are linked to the East Coast storm.
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Florence plowed into the Carolinas and lumbered slowly inland on Friday, knocking down trees, gorging rivers, dumping sheets of rain and leaving five people dead before it was downgraded to a tropical... storm still capable of wreaking havoc.
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Two people, 100+ animals"The shelteris old and needed repairsbefore the storm." Over 100 animals        
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Hurricane Florence is pictured from the International Space Station as a category 1 storm as it was making landfall near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina....
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