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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.
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.
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.