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Hundreds stranded after Dorian hit North Carolina coast

CBS News Friday, 6 September 2019 ()
A rescue is underway along the coast of North Carolina. Hundreds who refused to evacuate Ocracoke Island were stranded when Dorian slammed into the Outer Banks. Omar Villafranca reports.
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News video: North Carolina Tourists Told To Get Out As Hurricane Dorian Barrels Toward State

North Carolina Tourists Told To Get Out As Hurricane Dorian Barrels Toward State 01:26

While tourists are leaving, North Carolina residents continue prepping for Hurricane Dorian.

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