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Tropical Depression Florence Updates: Rivers Swell as Death Toll Rises

NYTimes.com Sunday, 16 September 2018 ()
Tropical Depression Florence Updates: Rivers Swell as Death Toll RisesThe storm has sped up, leaving less time for its drenching rains to saturate the places in its path.
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News video: Florence's Death Toll Keeps Rising

▶ Florence's Death Toll Keeps Rising 02:21

Florence has nearly left the Carolinas, but the death toll keeps rising as rain, floodwater and tornadoes associated with the storm whip the region.

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