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In photos: Hurricane Florence

Photos Logo Photos | Slide 1 of 72: TOPSHOT - Flooding is seen near Interstate Highway 95 in Lumberton, North Carolina on September 16, 2018. - A killer storm that left up to 13 people dead weakened to a tropical depression on Sunday, but US authorities  warned the devastation it caused -- including catastrophic flooding -- is far from over.Most of the fatalities from Florence, which made landfall Friday as a Category 1 hurricane, have occurred in North Carolina, where officials confirmed eight victims. They included three who died 'due to flash flooding and swift water on roadways,' the Duplin County Sheriff's Office reported. (Photo by Alex EDELMAN / AFP)        (Photo credit should read ALEX EDELMAN/AFP/Getty Images)

Days after making landfall, Hurricane Florence has resulted in massive devastation, killing over 15 people in North Carolina, U.S. More than one million people in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia have had to flee their homes as the hurricane headed toward the coast.

(Pictured) Flooding is seen near Interstate Highway 95 in Lumberton, North Carolina. on Sept. 16

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