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  • Hurricane Matthew arrives in Raleigh

    VIDEO: Hurricane Matthew arrived in Raleigh and Wake county overnight to bring heavy rains, wind and lots of headaches for first responders in Wake County Saturday, October 8, 2016. Flooding, blocked roads, evacuations, rescues from vehicles and trees down across roads were commonplace over the area as Matthew closed in on NC before turning eastward.

VIDEO: Hurricane Matthew arrived in Raleigh and Wake county overnight to bring heavy rains, wind and lots of headaches for first responders in Wake County Saturday, October 8, 2016. Flooding, blocked roads, evacuations, rescues from vehicles and trees down across roads were commonplace over the area as Matthew closed in on NC before turning eastward. Harry Lynch The News and Observer
VIDEO: Hurricane Matthew arrived in Raleigh and Wake county overnight to bring heavy rains, wind and lots of headaches for first responders in Wake County Saturday, October 8, 2016. Flooding, blocked roads, evacuations, rescues from vehicles and trees down across roads were commonplace over the area as Matthew closed in on NC before turning eastward. Harry Lynch The News and Observer

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