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What Hurricane Matthew Left Behind in the Carolinas

After raging through the Caribbean, devastating parts of Haiti, and tearing across the southeastern coast of the United States last week, Hurricane Matthew’s winds and rain finally subsided on Sunday, but residents in the hardest-hit areas will continue to experience the storm’s effects in the coming days. In North Carolina, where Matthew caused record-breaking floods in towns like Lumberton, rivers are expected to continue rising.
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