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Florence: Evacuations continue as North Carolina rivers rise

BLADENBORO, N.C. (AP) — Hurricane Florence is by no means done with the Carolinas, where some rivers are still rising and thousands of people were told to plan to leave their homes on Monday before..
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Hurricane Florence: Severe flooding feared near South Carolina coast

Rivers swelling with the floodwaters of former Hurricane Florence are threatening to swamp communities near the South Carolina coast, leaving thousands ready to evacuate.
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Overflowing Rivers Continue ToPose Threat In North And South Carolina [Video]Overflowing Rivers Continue ToPose Threat In North And South Carolina

According to Reuters, since Hurricane Florence hit land it has taken the lives of 40 people. The National Weather Service warns of rivers continuing flooding in North and South Carolina. Around 8,000..

Wochit -   00:32

Flooding still a threat for South Carolina residents a week on from Florence [Video]Flooding still a threat for South Carolina residents a week on from Florence

Major flooding continued to pose a threat across the coastal South Carolina cities following Florence's departure a week ago.

Rumble -   03:04

Rising River Water Overflows into South Carolina Town [Video]Rising River Water Overflows into South Carolina Town

The Waccamaw River crept deeper into Conway, South Carolina, on Saturday, September 22, with more water coming. The river is expected to crest Tuesday at 22 feet – four feet above a record set..

Rumble -   05:14

Flooding Spreads on North Side of Conway [Video]Flooding Spreads on North Side of Conway

Flood waters spread into northern Conway, South Carolina, neighborhoods on Sunday, September 23, flowing out of Crab Tree Swamp, which meanders from the Waccamaw River into rural Horry County northwest..

Rumble -   08:18

Floodwaters continue to rise in the Carolina after Florence [Video]Floodwaters continue to rise in the Carolina after Florence

Flooding from Hurricane Florence continues to be a problem in North and South Carolina. New drone video shows a neighborhood submerged between the hard-hit towns of Longs and Conway, South Carolina...

CBS News -   02:06

 

South Carolina braces for possible record flooding from Florence


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Thousands urged to flee ahead of post-Florence flooding in South Carolina

As many as 8,000 people in and around the city of Georgetown, South Carolina, have been urged to evacuate ahead severe flooding expected this week from two rain-gorged rivers in what may be the final..
Reuters Also reported by •Reuters India

Florence the week after: Thousands brace for more flooding

BLADENBORO, N.C. (AP) — Thousands of coastal residents remained on edge Sunday, told they may need to leave their homes because rivers are still rising more than a week after Hurricane Florence..
SeattlePI.com Also reported by •Denver Post

Rain-gorged river still poses flood threat in Hurricane Florence's aftermath

Rain-swollen rivers in North and South Carolina kept rising on Sunday and were forecast to remain at flood level for days, the National Weather Service said more than a week after the landfall of..
Reuters India Also reported by •Reuters

Floodwaters continue to rise in the Carolina after Florence

Flooding from Hurricane Florence continues to be a problem in North and South Carolina. New drone video shows a neighborhood submerged between the hard-hit towns of Longs and Conway, South Carolina...
CBS News

Graham: 'Unless There's More' From Blasey Ford, I'm a 'Yes' for Kavanaugh

Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday he intends to vote for confirming Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh even after his accuser testifies "unless there's something more" than has been already..
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