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  • Fayetteville funeral home devasted by Hurricane Matthew flooding

    Ellen Gladden. owner of Paye Funeral Home on Murchison Road in Fayetteville, N.C. describes the devastation to her business caused by Hurricane Matthew's flood waters. Gladden was still making repairs from flooding in September that sent two feet of water inside the building when Hurricane Matthew brought in 5 feet of water, scrambling pews in the chapel and floating caskets off their stands.

Ellen Gladden. owner of Paye Funeral Home on Murchison Road in Fayetteville, N.C. describes the devastation to her business caused by Hurricane Matthew's flood waters. Gladden was still making repairs from flooding in September that sent two feet of water inside the building when Hurricane Matthew brought in 5 feet of water, scrambling pews in the chapel and floating caskets off their stands. Martha Qullin mquillin@newsobserver.com
Ellen Gladden. owner of Paye Funeral Home on Murchison Road in Fayetteville, N.C. describes the devastation to her business caused by Hurricane Matthew's flood waters. Gladden was still making repairs from flooding in September that sent two feet of water inside the building when Hurricane Matthew brought in 5 feet of water, scrambling pews in the chapel and floating caskets off their stands. Martha Qullin mquillin@newsobserver.com

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