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Florence's death toll is now at least 11; soaking rains continue to fall

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Florence's death toll is now at least 11; soaking rains continue to fallOfficials in South Carolina confirmed the state’s first fatality from the still dangerous Tropical Storm Florence, bringing the storm’s total death toll to at least 11.
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News video: Florence Death Toll at 23 as Rivers Continue to Rise

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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...

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