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"I'm Roger stern, Fox News. Tropical storm Florence centered. Over South Carolina won't move on offering no relief from the rain FOX chief meteorologist, Janice. Dean, this is the wettest tropical cyclone on record for the state of North Carolina, not moving, and that's why we're seeing rain moving into the exact same areas over and over and over again eleven people have died in the storm, including three people in one North Carolina county who were trapped in their cars, which were swept away in the flooding. We have an update in one North Carolina city from FOX's rich Leventhal. It's remarkable that just in this one city of Wilmington two hundred roads have been closed, and there are stretches of I forty and I ninety five the two major north south and east west interstates in North Carolina that have been shut down because of floodwaters on the highway the low lying areas are getting hit and hit hard. And they're predicting that the floods could continue and get worse in some parts including Fayetteville, and that's why they ventured more mandatory evacuation orders for people to get out of there by tomorrow and from North Carolina Governor ROY Cooper, awarding to stay put until further notice. If you have a vacuum waited from the coast to a safe place don't go back now. Even when the evacuation orders are lifted on the coast. It isn't safe right now for you to get there. Plus, you'll be in the way of rescue and recovery efforts that are going on there. President Trump tweeting out his condolences for the victims of Florence saying deepest sympathies in warmth, go out to the families and friends of the victims are shark attack off Cape Cod. Massachusetts a twenty six year old man dying from his injuries. Witnesses say he was boogie boarding when the shark went after him, Fox News, fair and balanced. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload. But what if there were a business degree."