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Hurricane Florence live updates: Mother and baby dead in North Carolina as 'horrific nightmare' storm path sparks Tornado and surge warnings

Independent Friday, 14 September 2018
More than 1.7m people in Carolinas plus Virginia have been warned to evacuate with 10m homes in Georgia and Maryland under warnings
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In 2012, North Carolina legislators passed a bill that barred policymakers and developers from using up-to-date climate science to plan for rising sea levels on the state’s coast. Now Hurricane Florence threatens to cause a devastating storm surge that could put thousands of lives in danger and...

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