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Hurricane Florence: frightful disaster hides behind angelic name

September 19, 16:37 UTC+3

Hurricane Florence has claimed the lives of 30 people in North and South Carolina

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A man looks out at the flooded entrance to his apartment complex near the Cape Fear River in Fayetteville, North Carolina
A man looks out at the flooded entrance to his apartment complex near the Cape Fear River in Fayetteville, North Carolina
A man looks out at the flooded entrance to his apartment complex near the Cape Fear River in Fayetteville, North Carolina
© AP Photo/David Goldman
State of emergency was declared in the Carolinas, Georgia, Virginia and Maryland
State of emergency was declared in the Carolinas, Georgia, Virginia and Maryland
State of emergency was declared in the Carolinas, Georgia, Virginia and Maryland
© AP Photo/David Goldman
A cat clings to the side of a trailer amidst flood waters before it was saved in Burgaw, North Carolina
A cat clings to the side of a trailer amidst flood waters before it was saved in Burgaw, North Carolina
A cat clings to the side of a trailer amidst flood waters before it was saved in Burgaw, North Carolina
© REUTERS/Jonathan Drake
Farm buildings are inundated with floodwater from Hurricane Florence
Farm buildings are inundated with floodwater from Hurricane Florence
Farm buildings are inundated with floodwater from Hurricane Florence
© AP Photo/Steve Helber
The building is surrounded by water as local citizen retrieves a paddle that floated away in Linden, North Carolina
The building is surrounded by water as local citizen retrieves a paddle that floated away in Linden, North Carolina
The building is surrounded by water as local citizen retrieves a paddle that floated away in Linden, North Carolina
© AP Photo/David Goldman
A dog left behind on a porch looks out from a flooded neighborhood in Lumberton, North Carolina
A dog left behind on a porch looks out from a flooded neighborhood in Lumberton, North Carolina
A dog left behind on a porch looks out from a flooded neighborhood in Lumberton, North Carolina
© AP Photo/Gerry Broome
A car sits in a flooded parking lot at an apartment complex near the Cape Fear River in Fayetteville, North Carolina
A car sits in a flooded parking lot at an apartment complex near the Cape Fear River in Fayetteville, North Carolina
A car sits in a flooded parking lot at an apartment complex near the Cape Fear River in Fayetteville, North Carolina
© AP Photo/David Goldman
The waters of the Little River flow up against a bridge in Fayetteville, North Carolina
The waters of the Little River flow up against a bridge in Fayetteville, North Carolina
The waters of the Little River flow up against a bridge in Fayetteville, North Carolina
© AP Photo/David Goldman
People leave their flooded home in Spring Lake, North Carolina
People leave their flooded home in Spring Lake, North Carolina
People leave their flooded home in Spring Lake, North Carolina
© AP Photo/David Goldman
A US Coast Guard helicopter crew prepares to hoist a group of stranded residents from their flooded homes in Burgaw, North Carolina
A US Coast Guard helicopter crew prepares to hoist a group of stranded residents from their flooded homes in Burgaw, North Carolina
A US Coast Guard helicopter crew prepares to hoist a group of stranded residents from their flooded homes in Burgaw, North Carolina
© AP Photo/Steve Helber
A destroyed boat after Hurricane Florence tore through New Bern, North Carolina
A destroyed boat after Hurricane Florence tore through New Bern, North Carolina
A destroyed boat after Hurricane Florence tore through New Bern, North Carolina
© EPA-EFE/JIM LO SCALZO
US Coast Guard rescue swimmer approach to a man on a stranded van in Pollocksville
US Coast Guard rescue swimmer approach to a man on a stranded van in Pollocksville
US Coast Guard rescue swimmer approach to a man on a stranded van in Pollocksville
© AP Photo/Steve Helber
People use a road as a boat ramp after Hurricane Florence struck the Carolinas. Many rivers in the Carolinas are approaching record flood stages and their levels will continue to rise through the week
People use a road as a boat ramp after Hurricane Florence struck the Carolinas. Many rivers in the Carolinas are approaching record flood stages and their levels will continue to rise through the week
People use a road as a boat ramp after Hurricane Florence struck the Carolinas. Many rivers in the Carolinas are approaching record flood stages and their levels will continue to rise through the week
© AP Photo/Sean Rayford
Traffic cones sit submerged in a flooded street near the Cape Fear River as it continues to rise in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence in Fayetteville, North Carolina
Traffic cones sit submerged in a flooded street near the Cape Fear River as it continues to rise in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence in Fayetteville, North Carolina
Traffic cones sit submerged in a flooded street near the Cape Fear River as it continues to rise in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence in Fayetteville, North Carolina
© AP Photo/David Goldman
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A man looks out at the flooded entrance to his apartment complex near the Cape Fear River in Fayetteville, North Carolina
© AP Photo/David Goldman
State of emergency was declared in the Carolinas, Georgia, Virginia and Maryland
© AP Photo/David Goldman
A cat clings to the side of a trailer amidst flood waters before it was saved in Burgaw, North Carolina
© REUTERS/Jonathan Drake
Farm buildings are inundated with floodwater from Hurricane Florence
© AP Photo/Steve Helber
The building is surrounded by water as local citizen retrieves a paddle that floated away in Linden, North Carolina
© AP Photo/David Goldman
A dog left behind on a porch looks out from a flooded neighborhood in Lumberton, North Carolina
© AP Photo/Gerry Broome
A car sits in a flooded parking lot at an apartment complex near the Cape Fear River in Fayetteville, North Carolina
© AP Photo/David Goldman
The waters of the Little River flow up against a bridge in Fayetteville, North Carolina
© AP Photo/David Goldman
People leave their flooded home in Spring Lake, North Carolina
© AP Photo/David Goldman
A US Coast Guard helicopter crew prepares to hoist a group of stranded residents from their flooded homes in Burgaw, North Carolina
© AP Photo/Steve Helber
A destroyed boat after Hurricane Florence tore through New Bern, North Carolina
© EPA-EFE/JIM LO SCALZO
US Coast Guard rescue swimmer approach to a man on a stranded van in Pollocksville
© AP Photo/Steve Helber
People use a road as a boat ramp after Hurricane Florence struck the Carolinas. Many rivers in the Carolinas are approaching record flood stages and their levels will continue to rise through the week
© AP Photo/Sean Rayford
Traffic cones sit submerged in a flooded street near the Cape Fear River as it continues to rise in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence in Fayetteville, North Carolina
© AP Photo/David Goldman

Hurricane Florence smashed into the East Coast of the US on September 14. Officials in several states declared states of emergency, including in the Carolinas, Georgia, Virginia and Maryland. The disaster has claimed the lives of 30 people in North and South Carolina. Storm surge and heavy flooding from the hurricane has inundated much of Eastern North Carolina. Florence has been downgraded to a tropical storm but is still expected to bring a storm surge with heavy flooding to the Carolinas. See the aftermath of the catastrophic flooding brought on by the hurricane.

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