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  • A small town finds recovering from hurricane flooding as tough as swimming upstream

    Video: The small town of Seven Springs in Wayne County has been besieged by hurricanes, flooding, fires and war. Yet the latest blow from Hurricane Matthew may prove to be the toughest comeback yet for this town of about 100 people.

A small town finds recovering from hurricane flooding as tough as swimming upstream

Video: The small town of Seven Springs in Wayne County has been besieged by hurricanes, flooding, fires and war. Yet the latest blow from Hurricane Matthew may prove to be the toughest comeback yet for this town of about 100 people.
Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com