In this Dec. 1 photo, Dianne Hines stands in front of the mound of furniture and other belongings pulled from her home after Hurricane Matthew, in Princeville. Hines’ home was rebuilt after Hurricane Floyd in 1999. This time, she said she’s ready to move elsewhere.
In this Dec. 1 photo, Dianne Hines stands in front of the mound of furniture and other belongings pulled from her home after Hurricane Matthew, in Princeville. Hines’ home was rebuilt after Hurricane Floyd in 1999. This time, she said she’s ready to move elsewhere. Martha Waggoner AP
In this Dec. 1 photo, Dianne Hines stands in front of the mound of furniture and other belongings pulled from her home after Hurricane Matthew, in Princeville. Hines’ home was rebuilt after Hurricane Floyd in 1999. This time, she said she’s ready to move elsewhere. Martha Waggoner AP

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