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Aerial view of inland flooding from Hurricane Floyd.
J. Jordan, US Army Corps of Engineers.
Flood water creates breaking waves on this road in Greene County.
Dave Saville, FEMA News Photo.
Trash is piled on the lawn of this home while students from Davidson College work to make repairs.
Dave Gatley, FEMA News Photo.
Mangled desks and chairs clog the ruins of this Montessori school in Princeville.
Volunteers unload 2,000 bags of ice in Trenton to help fill the shortage.
A car and a fire truck plow through a flooded street in Greene County.
Thousands of dead turkeys lay rotting at this poultry farm in Wallace.
In Princeville, a search and rescue team pulls a raft full of rescued dogs.
An Army National Guard truck drives through flood waters in Pollocksville.
Sgt. 1st Class Eric Wedeking, National Guard Bureau, Public Affairs Support Element.
Flood waters submerge a car and truck parked outside this home in Pactolus.
Floyd's 15-foot storm surge destroyed this house in Long Beach.
This Long Beach house was also destroyed by storm surge. The house on the right survived because it was elevated on stilts.
Hundreds of water jugs are stacked in a distribution center parking lot operated by the NC Baptist State Convention.
Army National Guard soldiers unload a Chinook helicopter full of water and ice.
Cots for 270+ people line the halls of Wellcome Middle School.
Hundreds of FEMA trailers provide temporary housing in Rocky Mount.
A family in a boat rescues a man trapped on his roof by rising waters.
The washed-out remains of the St. James Street bridge in Tarboro.
RENCI at East Carolina University
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