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Flash Flooding Wreaks Havoc In Central North Carolina

 Monday, July 18, 2016

 WRAL.com

Severe storms rolled through central North Carolina Saturday evening, bringing flash flooding, water rescues and power outages to the Triangle and surrounding counties. Wake, Durham, Nash and Edgecombe counties were among some of the hardest hit areas. In Raleigh, officials rescued a woman and three children from a vehicle at King Lawrence and Baker roads, and another rescue involving four people was reported on Dana Drive. Several vehicles were also submerged at the intersection of Glenwood Avenue and Creedmoor Road, which was shut down due to dangerous flood waters.
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