September 18, 2019

Hurricane Dorian leaves flooding, destruction in its wake | USA TODAY

Hurricane Dorian leaves flooding, destruction in its wake | USA TODAY



Hurricane Dorian howled over North Carolina’s Outer Banks on Friday, lashing the low-lying barrier islands as a weakened Category 1 storm, and made landfall over Cape Hatteras.
RELATED: See the devastation caused by Hurricane Dorian https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XuIKOXEbzkg

Flooding on the Outer Banks had some residents seeking refuge in their attics. Hundreds were feared trapped by high water, and neighbors used boats to rescue one another.

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  1. Tristan Rodriguez

    This really doesn't look like much….i mean come on people where used to seeing palm tree looking like there are about to be up rooted as the wind pushs them like nothing. Water so high it over takes cars and whole homes are being washed away. It looks bad, but the only car they showed getting fucked was on the fucken beach lol how'd they even get their car all the way down there??? Hahahha sorry man, it looks bad, but not nearly as bad as some hurricanes of before.

  2. cole nixon

    Was in Harvey. All of a sudden it’s pray for people in Dorian, but what happen to the people in Houston. Nobody gave af, instead news sources would only talk about how, “Houston was meant to flood.” I mean shit did they even get 20 inches of rain. I want to see another major city take 55in of rain, see how well that goes.😂

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