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  • Farmworker community hit hard by Hurricane Matthew

    More than 200 people in an mobile home park near Newton Grove, N.C. have been left homeless after their trailer's were flooded by Hurricane Matthew. After the storm struck on Saturday, residents huddled inside their cars or slept on couches in their still-wet living rooms.

More than 200 people in an mobile home park near Newton Grove, N.C. have been left homeless after their trailer's were flooded by Hurricane Matthew. After the storm struck on Saturday, residents huddled inside their cars or slept on couches in their still-wet living rooms. Chuck LIddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
More than 200 people in an mobile home park near Newton Grove, N.C. have been left homeless after their trailer's were flooded by Hurricane Matthew. After the storm struck on Saturday, residents huddled inside their cars or slept on couches in their still-wet living rooms. Chuck LIddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

FEMA jobs available to help with Matthew recovery

November 05, 2016 12:52 PM