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Cajun Navy helps 2 people, more than 100 animals escape flooded North Carolina shelter: report

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Cajun Navy helps 2 people, more than 100 animals escape flooded North Carolina shelter: reportThe Newport, North Carolina shelter had a collapsed roof and about an inch of water, USA Today reports.
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Huffington Post reports that some residents of the riverfront city of New Bern, North Carolina, who ignored evacuation orders were awaiting rescue early Friday. They were trapped at their homes by Hurricane Florence’s wind and heavy rains. the city tweeted that about 150 people were waiting to be...

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