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Flooding envelops South Carolina homes as Florence death toll rises

CBS News Wednesday, 26 September 2018
Flooding envelops South Carolina homes as Florence death toll risesThe Waccamaw River, which floods at 11 feet, was expected to crest on Wednesday at 21.7 feet
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News video: As Florence Death Toll Rises To 43, Carolinas Try To Recover

As Florence Death Toll Rises To 43, Carolinas Try To Recover 02:05

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