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Tropical Storm Florence: Colorado Task Force to the rescue

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Tropical Storm Florence: Colorado Task Force to the rescueColorado Task Force One, deployed in North Carolina for Tropical Storm Florence, has performed more than two dozen rescues so far on Saturday
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News video: Colorado Task Force One Rescues The Rescuers After Hurricane Florence

▶ Colorado Task Force One Rescues The Rescuers After Hurricane Florence 02:20

Colorado Task Force One is seeing plenty of action in North Carolina in the wake of Hurricane Florence; at one point even rescuing some stranded rescue crews.

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