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Hurricane Florence Death Toll Rises To 50 After Man Falls From Ladder

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Hurricane Florence Death Toll Rises To 50 After Man Falls From Ladder

Hurricane Florence Death Toll Rises To 50 After Man Falls From Ladder

According to a report by Reuters, on Tuesday, the death toll from Hurricane Florence rose to 50, after two people died in North Carolina while repairing damage from the hurricane late in September.

Governor Roy Cooper said that after a 47 year-old man died after falling from a ladder while repairing to his home, the death toll in the state has risen to 39.

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Hurricane Florence Death Toll Rises To 50 After Man Falls From Ladder

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