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A friend says the Tar River won't crest at Greenville until Thursday: Bands of heavy rain are leading to record-breaking flooding in parts of eastern North Carolina, according to the National Hurricane Center, which may result in life-threatening flooding and flash flooding elsewhere in the region. Forecasters warned that areas...
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