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It has been days since Hurricane Florence struck the Carolinas. But in some parts of the state, the worst may be yet to come. The Cape Fear River, which borders Fayetteville, could crest to 62 feet.

In North Carolina, Some Communities Face New Post-Hurricane Florence Dangers

By Sarah McCammon NPR
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