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Natural Gas Plant Closed In North Carolina For Flooding

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Natural Gas Plant Closed In North Carolina For Flooding

Natural Gas Plant Closed In North Carolina For Flooding

According to Reuters, a utility company shut down a natural gas plant in North Carolina due to flooding.

Duke Energy Corp.

Said water breached the cooling lake dam at the L.V.

Sutton natural gas plant, forcing them to shut down the facility.

But Duke added in a statement that water is now exiting the lake through the breaches.

Although Hurricane Florence has passed, a deluge of water remains across the Carolinas.

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Natural Gas Plant Closed In North Carolina For Flooding

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