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North Carolina assesses Hurricane Dorian damage

CBS News Saturday, 7 September 2019 ()
Hurricane Dorian, one of the strongest hurricanes in recorded history, left hundreds of people trapped in the Outer Banks in North Carolina. But floodwaters are finally beginning to recede. Omar Villafranca reports.
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News video: North Carolina homes in ruins from wrath of Hurricane Dorian as storm continues

North Carolina homes in ruins from wrath of Hurricane Dorian as storm continues 00:34

The devastating moment is captured in Brunswick County, North Carolina as Hurricane Dorian causes severe damage to homes in the area Thursday (September 5).

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