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  • Victims of Hurricane Matthew's flooding in southeastern North Carolina still suffering

    Latisha Beatty, of Ivanhoe, N.C., is one of thousands of displaced residents dealing with a destroyed home. She talks about the flooding and heartache as she makes her bi-weekly checkup of the house which was destroyed by the Black River floodwaters during the October storm.

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Latisha Beatty, of Ivanhoe, N.C., is one of thousands of displaced residents dealing with a destroyed home. She talks about the flooding and heartache as she makes her bi-weekly checkup of the house which was destroyed by the Black River floodwaters during the October storm. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

After Hurricane Matthew’s flooding, NC families can’t go home again

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