Rain from tropical storm Florence has flooded North and South Carolina and 11 people have died. Authorities warn the devastation is far from over and people should not yet return to their homes.
Seven people have been killed and more than 600,000 homes and businesses across North Carolina have lost power. Authorities warn of epic flooding, as the storm's effects will be felt for the next two days.
Authorities in North and South Carolina are warning residents of deadly flash floods, as rescue teams work to reach people trapped by the storm. Florence is expected to dump rain for days.
Officials have described Hurricane Florence as a potential "once in a lifetime" storm. North Carolina and neighboring states are preparing for days of catastrophic storm surges, winds and floods.
The death toll from Hurricane Florence, which made landfall in North Carolina on Friday, has risen to 31. Authorities are warning that flooding could persist for several weeks in some areas with the "worst yet to come."
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