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Dolphins swimming in flood water caused by Hurricane Florence

16 September 2018

Florence already has proven deadly with its almost nonstop rain, surging seawater and howling winds, and the threat is days from ending as remnants of the once major hurricane slowly creep inland across the Carolinas. It was crawling west-southwest at 3 miles per hour, lifting huge amounts of ocean moisture and dumping it far from the coast. The homes of about 10 million were under watches or warnings for the hurricane or tropical storm conditions.

Mike Pollack searches for a drain in the yard of his flooded waterfront home a day after Hurricane Florence hit the area, on September 15, 2018 in Wilmington, North Carolina. He made the declaration Friday.

The weather service later measured a storm surge 10 feet deep in the city, which lies on the Neuse River near the Atlantic coast.

The AP video also shows the cat rescue.

Just after midnight, the station tweeted that everyone had safely evacuated.

There have been seven storm-related deaths since Florence, then a Category-1 hurricane, made landfall Friday morning. "We face walls of water at our coasts, along our rivers, across our farmland, in our cities and in our towns".

Further along the Cape Fear River, grass and trees lining the banks were partly submerged, still well below a highway bridge crossing it. Record flooding is expected Tuesday on the Cape Fear at a crest of 62 feet there. The evacuation zone included part of the city of Fayetteville, population 200,000.

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Heavy rain and flooding are expected to continue at least through the weekend, and local officials said hundreds in areas hit by Florence still need rescue.

"It typically takes 30 days from the date an NFIP policy is purchased for it to go into effect", FEMA says on it's website. Her 6-foot-2 husband went to see what he could do, but the water was above his chest, she said.

The Washington Post reports that, according to preliminary reports submitted to the National Weather Service, Florence's 30 inches of rainfall in North Carolina has broken the statewide rainfall record set by Hurricane Floyd in 1999 of 24.06 inches.

Rescue crews used boats to carry more than 360 people from rising water in the river town of New Bern, North Carolina, while many of their neighbours awaited help. Its winds were down to 45 miles per hour (75 kph).

With flood waters advancing rapidly in many communities, around 50 stranded people had been airlifted out by helicopter in North Carolina, said Petty Officer Michael Himes of the U.S. Coast Guard.

More than 300 volunteers from nine U.S. states have joined the relief effort in North Carolina, according to ABC News. "We know how to prepare our plants for these types of major events". However, as US Presidents Trump says, "fake news".

More than 415,000 homes and businesses were without power, mostly in North Carolina, according to, which tracks the nation's electrical grid.

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People in areas vulnerable to the unsafe hurricane , particularly those in coastal regions, have fled ahead of the storm . Even miles away from the Atlantic, North Carolina residents in low-lying areas are boarding up and emptying stores.

In total, Florence is forecast to dump about18 trillion gallons of rain over North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Maryland before the storm is over.

The flooding soon spread into SC, swamping places like North Myrtle Beach, in a resort area known for its white sands and multitude of golf courses. But the storm was shaping up as a two-part disaster, with the second, delayed stage triggered by rainwater working its way into rivers and streams.

Power outages mounted until almost 700,000 customers were in the dark in North Carolina alone.

As of 8 p.m., Florence was centered about 65 miles (100 kilometers) east-southeast of Columbia, the SC capital, crawling west at 2 mph (4 kph) - not even as fast as a person walking.

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None of the people rescued were injured.

"High winds and severe flooding from Hurricane Florence will impede the pace of our outage restoration efforts".

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