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Wrath of Florence: Storm cuts into lives, business and progress in North Carolina

bizjournals Monday, 24 September 2018
As of Sept. 19, Hurricane Florence had killed 37 people – 27 in North Carolina, roughly 10,000 homes have been destroyed or damaged, hundreds of businesses are still without power, hog lagoons are overflowing creating a potential environmental disaster, and thousands of livestock are dead.
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