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- Hurricane Florence is tearing through the Carolinas with disastrous flooding and record-setting rainfall.
- “We just don’t want people to think this is over because it’s not. It’s not anywhere,” North Carolina governor Roy Cooper said on Saturday.
- The storm has killed 11 so far, and officials expect the death toll to rise.
Hurricane Florence, now a tropical storm, is tearing through the Carolinas, bringing heavy rainfall and catastrophic flooding.
The storm has already left at least 12 people dead and knocked out power for more than a million residents. As of Saturday evening, Florence was moving west at 2 mph, with winds at a speed of 45 mph.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
- More than 1.2 million homes in North and South Carolina sit outside government-designated flood zones, and that could lead to vast uninsured losses during Tropical Storm Florence, report says
- Photos and videos show the flooding and devastation as Hurricane Florence hits North Carolina
- A North Carolina newsroom was evacuated while reporters were live on air covering Hurricane Florence
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