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Major NC roads still closed two weeks after Hurricane Matthew

Matthew flooding collapses Smith Road

Hurricane Matthew flooding caused a complete collapse of Smith Road in Johnston County and several partial washouts of the road. A vehicle remained stranded in the rubble more than a week after the storm.
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Hurricane Matthew flooding caused a complete collapse of Smith Road in Johnston County and several partial washouts of the road. A vehicle remained stranded in the rubble more than a week after the storm.

Information updated at 4 p.m. Friday.

Major road closures

▪ U.S. 13 near Fayetteville.

▪ U.S. 64 in Princeville.

▪ U.S. 74 near Boardman.

▪ U.S. 701 north of Whiteville, north of White Lake and south of Garland.

▪ N.C. 12 in Kitty Hawk.

▪ N.C. 33 in Greenville.

▪ N.C. 41 northeast of Lumberton, near Fairmont, near Delway and west of Dublin.

▪ N.C. 50 south of Kenansville.

▪ N.C. 53 in White Oak and near Fayetteville.

▪ N.C. 55 near Dunn and in Kinston.

▪ N.C. 59 in Hope Mills.

▪ N.C. 71 in Maxton.

▪ N.C. 72 near Lumberton and near Red Springs.

▪ N.C. 87 south of Fayetteville.

▪ N.C. 97 in Zebulon.

▪ N.C. 111 east of Tarboro.

▪ N.C. 403 east of Faison.

▪ N.C. 410 north of Tabor City.

▪ N.C. 411 west of Harrells.

▪ N.C. 690 near Vass.

▪ N.C. 904 near Fairmont and in Fair Bluff.

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