Flooding death toll climbs to 19 in North Carolina after Hurricane Matthew

Flooding death toll climbs to 19 in North Carolina after Hurricane Matthew

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North Carolina Army National Guardsmen (NCNG) and local emergency services assist with the evacuation efforts in Fayetteville, N.C., on Friday, Oct. 08, 2016. Captions and Photo source: U.S. Army National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Jonathan Shaw, 382nd Public Affairs Detachment/Released / US Department of Agriculture

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The swollen Neuse River — cutting through coastal flatlands south of Greenville — underscores the flood threats facing parts of the state for the coming days even as rescue teams try to move people out of danger…

Read Full Article, The Washington Post (10-12-2016)

Why Are Storm Surges So Deadly? LiveScience (10-07-2016)

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