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  • Failed dams caused by Hurricane Matthew threaten NC communities

    Hurricane Matthew caused damage to many dams across the state, forcing some people to evacuate and others to contend with uncertainty. In the Rayconda neighborhood in Fayetteville, one dam was completely destroyed and another was washed over, causing heavy damage.

Hurricane Matthew caused damage to many dams across the state, forcing some people to evacuate and others to contend with uncertainty. In the Rayconda neighborhood in Fayetteville, one dam was completely destroyed and another was washed over, causing heavy damage. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Hurricane Matthew caused damage to many dams across the state, forcing some people to evacuate and others to contend with uncertainty. In the Rayconda neighborhood in Fayetteville, one dam was completely destroyed and another was washed over, causing heavy damage. Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

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