Dorian's floodwaters trap people in attics in North Carolina



Under the people being rescued from Ocracoke island on north Carolina's Outer Banks after Dorian came ashore nag said just to the north as a quick category one hurricane they ignored evacuation orders in the island is only reachable by boat or plane many of them ending up trapped in attics Dorothy Hester a spokesperson for dare county the most significant impacts our sound side flooding particularly on Hatteras island which is the southern portion of the county the villages Buxton Frisco and Hatteras does that that are the most southern managed areas experienced. a lot of flooding dear county has been blocked off since last night and under a curfew they are re evaluating right now Brian Murray lot wrote it out in kill devil hills as he often does during hurricanes and says he's seen worse I say that ten thirty to eleven thirty our time frame was probably about the worst I've seen a lot says that was because of the heavy rain coupled with the wind he says now the wind is the

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