Leroy Sherrod packs his belonging into the trunk of a car after he was told he could return to his home after staying in an emergency Red Cross Shelter for days Friday, October 21, 2016 at the Robert C. Farmer Center in Tarboro which is being used as a Red Cross emergency shelter for displaced residents on nearby Princeville. Some residents are being allowed back into Princeville after millions of gallons of floodwaters were pumped from the flooded town in the Tar River.
Leroy Sherrod packs his belonging into the trunk of a car after he was told he could return to his home after staying in an emergency Red Cross Shelter for days Friday, October 21, 2016 at the Robert C. Farmer Center in Tarboro which is being used as a Red Cross emergency shelter for displaced residents on nearby Princeville. Some residents are being allowed back into Princeville after millions of gallons of floodwaters were pumped from the flooded town in the Tar River. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
Leroy Sherrod packs his belonging into the trunk of a car after he was told he could return to his home after staying in an emergency Red Cross Shelter for days Friday, October 21, 2016 at the Robert C. Farmer Center in Tarboro which is being used as a Red Cross emergency shelter for displaced residents on nearby Princeville. Some residents are being allowed back into Princeville after millions of gallons of floodwaters were pumped from the flooded town in the Tar River. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

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