Officials rescued 455 people from this small North Carolina town after Florence’s floodwaters stranded people in their homes

Residents were rescued from the coastal town of New Bern, North Carolina after massive flooding and damage from Hurricane Florence stranded hundreds. NBC News reported 455 people were rescued by the operation. Officials said operations were functional because the storm had weakened, but warned rising flood waters meant the threat isn’t over.

Rescuers had to rush to rescue residents from the coastal town of New Bern, North Carolina after Hurricane Florence caused devastating

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