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How a drone photo on Twitter saved a man and his dog from their flooded home

Hurricane Matthew was the deadliest hurricane in over a decade, killing at least 500 to possibly over a 1,000 people during its run. It also caused billions of dollars worth of damage to property. That devastation included Hope Mills, North Carolina which saw severe flooding. In the aftermath, filmmaker ImSoFIRST took out his drone to survey [...] The post How a drone photo on Twitter saved a man and his dog from their flooded home appeared first on DIY Photography.
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