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Florence Death Toll at 23 as Rivers Continue to Rise

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Florence Death Toll at 23 as Rivers Continue to Rise

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 North and South Carolina carried out rescues by air and water, Gov.

Roy Cooper, via statement on Monday An additional six deaths have been reported in South Carolina.

Emergency crews have rescued 2,600 people and more than 300 animals, Cooper said.

The cost of Hurricane Florence's damage is estimated between $17 billion and $22 billion, Over 1,100 North Carolina roads remained closed on Monday, including parts of I-95 and I-40,

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