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Ben Noll 2h
Here's , the whirling dervish of 2018, from hurricane to remnant swirl. This storm is poised to skirt coastal North Carolina (for a 2nd time) on Tuesday with rain ... National Hurricane Center gives it a 30% chance of regenerating 🚫
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Erica Simon 26m
may be gone, but the lingering effects are real. 😥 The rivers of North Carolina are rising, so officials have ordered new evacuations. They fear as the water moves towards the ocean, it will carry more debris into neighborhoods and roadways.
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Craig Ceecee 9h
I will say this though: for all those upset and mad about their team losing tonight, think about those who have lost homes in and other disasters. They are dealing with much bigger issues than a game night.
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FEMA Region 4 16h
Disaster Recovery Centers are opening in North Carolina, where you can meet one-on-one with us, state representatives, & other partners to discuss your recovery. For more info, visit:
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J.D. Greear 12h
So proud of our plant in Wilmington, NC as they lead. City leaders have told them that if not for the church, recovering from would be pandemonium b/c govt agencies can’t move as fast as the church can. Still much to be done:
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USACE HQ 41m
. emergency management team members deployed to Charlotte, NC to begin planning for the recovery and response from . USACE personnel are providing support onsite and remotely, coordinating with local, state and partners.
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FEMA Sep 21
Flood insurance policyholders affected by : file a claim as soon as possible. Call your agent to file a claim, document all damages before cleanup, and work with your adjuster. More info: .
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Nick Ochsner Sep 21
View from a boat on Main Street in Fair Bluff. 3-4 feet of water has rushed in from the Lumber River, which isn’t expected to crest here until Monday
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AP South U.S. Region 23h
Family worked and saved for years to buy motel, but washed it away.
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Maryn McKenna Sep 21
**136** manure lagoons that have overflowed, are like to overflow, or are otherwise damaged, in the floodwaters of in NC.
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NWS Raleigh 2h
Our office was lucky enough to get additional staffing assistance as Hurricane was impacting portions of . Join us in thanking Barrett Smith (Former Lead here in , and currently at HQ) and Greg Hanson (WCM at ) for their valuable assistance!
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Jenna Cisneros 10h
My heart goes out to the families who’ve had to evacuate post . As we were getting ready to leave today, one man told me he just finished paying off his house last month. Now his house is flooded with water.
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SCEMD Sep 21
At the request of , amended the disaster declaration for . Residents in Dillon, Horry, Marion & Marlboro counties are eligible to apply for Individual Assistance. Register at or 800-621-3362. More info: .
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Leslie 8m
Oh dear , your website is in the wars. Keep trying to book flights to see my parents & a lovely holiday but sadly nothing works. Four nights at the Golden Tower Hotel & Spa in is ‘only’ £1.3m... 🙆🏼‍♀️🙈 What is going on?
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Brad Panovich Sep 21
Please for love of all mighty stop saying is regenerating?. That is completely false, we all know this is a new system called called and it will get a new name. If it was Florence is would be called Florence!
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Cali Dreaming NaphiSoc Sep 21
WILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) -- Duke Energy says dam has failed at plant in North Carolina; coal ash (which as a chemist I can attest that it is carcinogenic) is flowing into Cape Fear River
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CDC Emergency 22h
Cleaning up from ? Wear rubber boots, rubber gloves, & goggles to avoid contact with floodwaters. Afterwards, wash your cleanup clothes separate from uncontaminated clothing in hot water & detergent. Learn more:
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A wonderful story coming from MED-1! Baby girl Murphy was born Friday inside the mobile hospital, weighing 6 lbs. 15 oz., happy and healthy. Both mom and baby are doing well! More info on our response:
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FEMA Region 4 18h
If you have flood insurance and are submitting a claim, you’re responsible for minimizing the growth & spread of mold. Here are some tips from for managing mold.
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