Volunteers Terrel Staten, left, and Jacob Morris help the Johnston County Boys & Girls Club clean up after flooding from Hurricane Matthew. They spent much of their time tossing waterlogged furniture into this dumpster.
Volunteers Terrel Staten, left, and Jacob Morris help the Johnston County Boys & Girls Club clean up after flooding from Hurricane Matthew. They spent much of their time tossing waterlogged furniture into this dumpster. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com
Volunteers Terrel Staten, left, and Jacob Morris help the Johnston County Boys & Girls Club clean up after flooding from Hurricane Matthew. They spent much of their time tossing waterlogged furniture into this dumpster. Abbie Bennett abennett@newsobserver.com

Floodwaters swamp Johnston County Boys & Girls Club

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