WAVY’s Erin Kelly got a first-hand look at the flooding — from atop a monster truck.
Fayetteville, like many areas in Central and eastern North Carolina, was hit hard by Hurricane Matthew over the weekend.
A state trooper shot and killed a man during a confrontation amid flood waters in hard-hit Lumberton.
Residents are being asked to be careful when re-entering homes that have been affected by flood waters.
They went with the county’s medical transport bus, which they used to evacuate residents to emergency shelters.
Residents can get one case of water and one box of ready to eat meals each.
Thomas Elliott Saunders died of an apparent drowning after his vehicle was swept off NC 32 by flood waters crossing the road.
North Carolina Highway 12 in the Outer Banks was once again heavily damaged by overwash during Hurricane Matthew.
U.S. Coast Guard crews on Saturday rescued two stranded boaters from a marsh near Shallotte, North Carolina.
Many areas remained severely flooded Monday, while the waters in other areas have begun to recede.
Only Chopper 10 was above the damage in Hampton Roads and northeast North Carolina Sunday, as streets were turned into rivers.
Dare County and NCDOT officials say another barge may have broken away from the work site, too.
Gov. Pat McCrory said at a news conference Sunday that rivers will crest close to or above record levels.
The downtown area and Okiso Road saw especially heavy flooding, with four feet or more in some spots.
Hurricane Matthew caused major damage and flooding in the Outer Banks.