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IWF Sep 18
We continue to keep all those affected by in our thoughts.
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Simon King Sep 14
Give a shout out to the Cajun Navy right now, they’re saving lives!
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Team Rubicon Sep 17
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CEDR Digital Corps Sep 15
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IndifferentUntil2016 Sep 17
breaking down camera shots during hurricane coverage from YEARS ago to prove that deplorable is a scumbag, who tweeted that he was lying about . Burn in hell . God bless
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Kelly James Sep 17
Who is really spreading fake news with a 10 yr old pic?? That's not !
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Max Armstrong Sep 17
A VERY STRAIGHT RIVER? Nope. It’s Interstate 40 in Pender County, NC. The photo by ⁦⁩ was taken at mile marker 387.
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kenda kistenmacher Sep 15
Things to be thankful for. Our families houses are fine. Lots of others aren’t. Time heals all wounds. Please help in donations to NC if you can. was a destroyer.
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Evan Kirstel at #HIMSS19 Sep 17
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RT Sep 14
When you're trying too hard and get caught...
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Rachel Rudwall Sep 19
In other news, is open for business (BYE, ), and here's why you should go!
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Garrett Lewis Sep 16
Reminder that reports of looting are often over-amplified in the media. Natural disasters trigger pro social and altruistic behavior. Deviant behavior usually declines due to a shared traumatic experience bond formed within a community.
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The Gulf Today Sep 19
President Donald Trump greets people while helping hand out meals with North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper (left) at a distribution centre at Temple Baptist Church while participating in a tour of Hurricane Florence recovery efforts in Ne Bern on Wednesday.
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@40yroldSwiftie 💝 Karen Sep 15
One of my shirts I made to pass the time of this weather
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Tram 15 Sep 18
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USCG Mid-Atlantic Sep 16
. members of Shallow-Water Response Boat Team 3 help people and their pets stranded by floodwater caused by Hurricane Florence near Riegelwood, North Carolina.
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Ellen4NH Sep 21
It is infuriating that due to lack of regulations combined with hurricane flooding that toxic waste and pollution from Duke Energy and CAFOs is spreading through North Carolina
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conserve-our-wild-resources Sep 14
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Robert Delfave Sep 16
Irwin Creek Greenway RN. Absolutely roaring.
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Phil McCausland Sep 17
The flooding remains extremely dangerous in North Carolina after , cutting off access to rural communities with few services. At least 12-18 inches of water here and it’s moving fast. Still rising in some places.
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