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Floodwaters still a threat more than a week after Florence

Dangerous flood waters continue to pose a threat to North and South Carolina more than a week after Hurricane Florence made landfall. Manuel Bojorquez reports.
CBS News

Carolina communities race to beat dangerous flooding from Florence

Communities in North and South Carolina along waterways to the Atlantic coast faced rising floods on Saturday more than a week after the arrival of Hurricane Florence, which has killed at least 40..
Reuters

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Girl Scout help collect supplies for pets affected by Hurricane Florence [Video]Girl Scout help collect supplies for pets affected by Hurricane Florence

Some Girl Scouts worked Saturday to collect supplies for pets affected by Hurricane Florence.

KMBC -   01:08

Floodwaters still a threat more than a week after Florence [Video]Floodwaters still a threat more than a week after Florence

Dangerous flood waters continue to pose a threat to North and South Carolina more than a week after Hurricane Florence made landfall. Manuel Bojorquez reports.

CBS News -   02:38

Roadside Flood Rescues in North Carolina [Video]Roadside Flood Rescues in North Carolina

Occurred on September 16, 2018 / Whiteville, North Carolina, USA Info from Licensor: "My husband and I were trying to find a way home when all the roads were being closed due to flooding caused by..

Viral Hog Content -   03:42

Fears of coal ash leak one week after Florence [Video]Fears of coal ash leak one week after Florence

North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper says "treacherous floodwaters remain" one week after Hurricane Florence crashed into the Carolinas. Gavino Garay reports.

News Video Online -   01:03

Farmers Help Out Other Farmers Hit by Florence [Video]Farmers Help Out Other Farmers Hit by Florence

Farmers are a part of a tight-knit community, so when a few farmers heard about the tremendous losses their friends in the east sustained after Hurricane Florence, they didn`t hesitate to help.

WGHP -   01:43

South Carolina Communities Race To Beat Dangerous Flooding [Video]South Carolina Communities Race To Beat Dangerous Flooding

South Carolina communities along waterways near the Atlantic coast were racing on Saturday. The residents were trying to prepare for the possible onslaught of dangerous flooding in the aftermath of..

Wochit -   00:47

 

North Carolina Flooding

For some residents of North Carolina, severe flooding from Hurricane Florence came while they were still trying to recover from Hurricane Matthew, which struck in 2016.
NPR

North Carolina Governor Warns Floodwaters Still ‘Treacherous’ After Florence

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper says "treacherous" floodwaters still pose a threat more than a week after Hurricane Florence made landfall in the state.
CBS 2

Four Steps to Crafting an Effective Emergency Action Plan In the Wake of Hurricane Florence


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Thousands of meals heading from New Orleans to Hurricane Florence survivors

Chef Amy Sins of Langlois will oversee the transport of thousands of meals heading from New Orleans to Hurricane Florence survivors. The disaster meals were produced this week by New Orleans chefs &..
PRWeb

The Latest: NC watching coal ash sites swamped by floods

The Latest on the aftermath of Hurricane Florence (all times local): 12:45 p.m. Water from the Waccamaw River has started to flow into a Santee Cooper ash pond in Conway, South Carolina.
FOXNews.com

UNC Wilmington opening practice at UNC due to Florence

UNC Wilmington to open its preseason basketball practices at North Carolina due to lingering effects of Hurricane Florence
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