Carolinas Hit With Massive Flooding Due to Florence
Many residents in Fayetteville, North Carolina, are "in harm's way," because of the flooded Cape Fear River, according to city officials.
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Florence death toll stands at 26: NC governor
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper says the state has 26 confirmed deaths caused by Hurricane Florence. In a news conference on Tuesday, he warned that "sunshine doesn't necessarily mean safety". Rough..
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Florence Death Toll at 23 as Rivers Continue to Rise
Florence Death Toll at 23 as Rivers Continue to Rise Water levels continue to rise on Monday as the record-breaking rains
of Florence pushed rivers over
their banks. Authorities and volunteers in..
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Florence Expected to Bring More Heavy Rain to North Carolina
The flood waters and death toll from Florence will likely continue to rise this week as the storm is expected to dump another 2 to 5 inches of rain on central and southeastern North Carolina.
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Florence's Death Toll Keeps Rising
Florence has nearly left the Carolinas, but the death toll keeps rising as rain, floodwater and tornadoes associated with the storm whip the region.
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North Carolina governor warns more flooding ahead after Florence
The death toll from Florence rose Monday to at least 24, and the governor of North Carolina warns the danger is not over. Floodwaters continue to rise in areas like Fayetteville. CBS News correspondent..
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Hurricane Florence Death Toll Rises; Rain Continues
Record-breaking rain continues to cause widespread flooding across North and South Carolina as the death toll from Hurricane Florence rises. (9/17/18)
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Florence's Death Toll Reaches 17
Florence's Death Toll Reaches 17 Eleven people have died in North Carolina, and six people have died in South Carolina due to the storm. Florence was downgraded to a depression by the National..
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Hurricane Florence's Death Toll Rises
A 1-year-old boy is missing after being swept away by floodwaters. Kara Finnstrom reports.
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Flooding Fears Surge As Florence Death Toll Climbs To 17
Catastrophic flooding from Florence spread across the Carolinas on Sunday, with roads to Wilmington cut off by the epic deluge and muddy river water swamping entire neighborhoods miles inland.
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Hurricane Florence Death Toll Rises
According to the Huffington Post, Hurricane Florence has a death toll of 14. Additionally, around 740,000 homes and businesses have no power in the Carolinas. Forecasters report that rivers continue to..
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Florence Death Toll, Floodwaters Rising
It has now been almost two days since Florence made landfall and the storm is not even close to being done. That's because the flood danger is still rising. Cristy Fajardo reports.
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Florence downgraded as death toll climbs
Florence was downgraded to tropical storm from a hurricane Friday as it thrashed and lingered over the Carolina coast, killing residents in its wake. Conway G. Gittens reports.
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Trump Gets Criticized For Hurricane Maria Relief In Puerto Rico
The East Coast is expecting damaging winds and rainfall from Hurricane Florence. President Donald Trump said: “We are as ready as anybody has ever been.” According to CNN, Trump said the government..
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