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NCDOT Sep 14
Today marks one year since made landfall in North Carolina. We remember the impact this disaster had on our neighbors. All roads are now open and the department continues looking for ways to prepare for and respond to future natural disasters.
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1stTakePropertySvcs Sep 13
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Americares is helping in the Bahamas for Dorian! Sep 16
Two years ago had hit and Americares immediately responded after deploying staff ahead of landfall. We have continued to support the region, including immediate response for 2018’s &
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Random Acts of Back the Blue Sep 14
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Lord Dampnut Sep 14
Wacky Omarosa for . More good reporting. Always quoting “anonymous source,” stop illegals from a major
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Tanya BrownGiammanco 7h
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Tim Forrest, CET 21h
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Nicholas Isabella Sep 14
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IBHS 7h
Simulating conditions live from the IBHS Research Center!
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Matt L. 🇺🇸 24h
A year ago I worked through and I knew that when I saw it was bad. I hadn’t been outside for 8 whole days at that point. I struggle with that event because I was worried about my friends, family, and coworkers but I was also worried about my...
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NC Workforce Solutions Sep 15
Almost exactly one year ago, hit North Carolina. Since then, 526 people have participated in the Hurricane Florence temporary employment grant program, administered by DWS in partnership w/local workforce boards.
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J Lust 17m
A year ago, slammed the Carolinas. Read how the responded and continues to help the area today.
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Emma Hogg 6h
Hard to believe we were in Wilmington, NC covering ONE year ago. I’ll never forget the positivity shown by the locals we met along the way — and the handwritten map drawn by a fireman that got us home ❤️
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Tanya BrownGiammanco 7h
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All Hands and Hearts - Smart Response Sep 16
This past weekend marked the anniversary of which made landfall on 9.14.18. Severe flooding, power outages, road closures & emergency evacuations left many residents wondering how they would recover. Soon after the storm passed our team was on the ground, and
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Americares is helping in the Bahamas for Dorian! Sep 15
Americares, what you need to know today, Sunday, September 15, 2019: ✅This week last year we were responding to 🚨for the next hurricane ✅Team members are providing care in the Bahamas 🇧🇸 ➡️More on our Dorian relief:
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Kim Kornegay LeQuire Sep 14
landed in NC 1 yr ago today. She was a slow mover w/ destructive winds and rained up to 35” (Elizabethtown) over 4 days. I didn’t think she would ever stop. The devastation is still felt today by many ppl, businesses, & farms fr ENC to the .
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cassandracarolina Sep 14
One year ago today, we made our journey to . One side benefit? My 93-year-old Mom got to meet her two “grand-dogs”.
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WeatherGoingWILD Sep 14
- One year ago, at this very moment, I was standing in the eye of and while it wasn’t clear blue sky, to go from 90mph winds to dead calm and hearing all the frogs come out was still quite amazing...
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Bad Productionz Sep 13
Replying to @DanCrenshawTX
NC Dead animals 5,500 Pigs 3.4 Million Chickens & Turkeys Shit lagoons: Pig feces, urine & whatever drops below slatted floors industrial barns + gets pumped in man-made holes in the ground. Untreated waste contributes 2 blooms that kill marine life.
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