US: Hurricane Florence causes flooding in NC

  • Captured on Friday 14th of September 2018
  • Location is North Carolina


Hurricane Florence has hit the US coast leaving streets inundated with ocean water and tens of thousands of homes without power.

The centre of the hurricane made landfall near Wrightsville, North Carolina, bringing with it life-threatening storm surges and 90mph winds.

The National Hurricane Centre warned there would be “catastrophic” fresh water flooding over a wide area of the Carolinas.

More than 60 people had to be evacuated from a motel at risk of collapse in Jacksonville. Parts of buildings ripped apart by the storm flew through the air.

Authorities in the North Carolina city of New Bern said there are around 150 people waiting to be rescued from rising flood waters.


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This video is shot in New Bern, NC, on Sep. 14th. The video shows the flooding due to the heavy rain by hurricane Florence. The flood level is so hight that the roads are immersed by the water.