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Damaged personal property and debris from a gutted dwelling sit outside a house in River Bend, N.C. The home and neighborhood were devastated by Hurricane Florence. (Contributed photo: L. R. LaMotte) Damaged personal property and debris from a gutted dwelling sit outside a house in River Bend, N.C. The home and neighborhood were devastated by Hurricane Florence. (Contributed photo: L. R. LaMotte)

Although Hurricane Florence is gone, the destruction and damage remain. And hurricane season runs until Nov. 30, which means that the potential for serious flooding isn’t over. Add in autumn rains with rivers, streams and lakes possibly overflowing their banks, and homeowners may still have to contend with wet, soggy buildings and saturated personal property.

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