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>> North and South Carolina still reeling one week after Hurricane Florence crashed into the eastern US states, killing at least 40. A Duke Energy plant in Cape Fear, North Carolina, closed on Friday after the company said it couldn't rule out a coal ash leak from a coal dump adjacent to a natural gas-fired plant.
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There have also been reports that lagoons of hog waste have overflowed into the environment. North Carolina governor, Roy Cooper, say residents still aren't in the clear.>> The storm itself is gone, but its treacherous flood waters remain.>> Communities in South Carolina also told to stay alert for evacuation orders.
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Authorities say waterways near the Atlantic Coast could see major flooding after Florence. Conway, South Carolina, has already seen flooding, and a nearby river is expected to crest at any moment. Homes that haven't experienced flooding before are now at risk, even one week after the storm hit.