Video shows storm surge from Hurricane #Florence begin to inundate New Bern, North Carolina as the Neuse River overflowed its banks and flooded parts of the town. https://t.co/4p1JzVCrLz pic.twitter.com/k7pmZkRDqc— ABC News (@ABC) September 14, 2018
Hurricane Florence @ midnight 9.13.18— Michelle 🦄 (@chromatichues) September 14, 2018
Pungo River is raging across Belhaven, NC
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“Winds over 95 [mph]… I gotta get out… whoa”— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) September 14, 2018
CNN’s @VanDamCNN in Carolina Beach, North Carolina, earlier this morning, as the eyewall of Hurricane Florence came onshore.
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“My cord just literally split in two… some duct tape might be helpful,” says CNN’s @JohnBerman, in Wilmington.— CNN Breaking News (@cnnbrk) September 14, 2018
Hurricane Florence continues to deliver ferocious winds and torrential rain along the Carolina coast.
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