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Hurricane Florence storm surge major concern

CBS News Friday, 14 September 2018
Hurricane Florence’s storm surge is a particular problem for some areas that are away from the coastline but still on the water. Adriana Diaz reports from Jacksonville, North Carolina, where there's significant storm surge.
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Communities throughout the danger zone are responding to Hurricane Florence's storm surge threat. People are pulling their boats out of the water along the new river in Jacksonville, North Carolina. It's one of many cities expected to see the highest storm surges when the hurricane makes landfall....

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