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  • Princeville resident remembers 1999 flood

    Betty Hinton of Princeville, N.C. remembers the 1999 flood that all but destroyed the town. Hinton is one of many current residents who have been evacuated from the rebuilt community due to the danger of flooding from Hurricane Matthew.

Betty Hinton of Princeville, N.C. remembers the 1999 flood that all but destroyed the town. Hinton is one of many current residents who have been evacuated from the rebuilt community due to the danger of flooding from Hurricane Matthew. Anne Blythe ablythe@newsobserver.com
Betty Hinton of Princeville, N.C. remembers the 1999 flood that all but destroyed the town. Hinton is one of many current residents who have been evacuated from the rebuilt community due to the danger of flooding from Hurricane Matthew. Anne Blythe ablythe@newsobserver.com

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