Nautica Jackson, left, and Aniya Ruffin walk through floodwaters with their dog as water threatened to enter their home in Raleigh on Tuesday.
Nautica Jackson, left, and Aniya Ruffin walk through floodwaters with their dog as water threatened to enter their home in Raleigh on Tuesday. Travis Long The News and Observer
Nautica Jackson, left, and Aniya Ruffin walk through floodwaters with their dog as water threatened to enter their home in Raleigh on Tuesday. Travis Long The News and Observer

Rains gone but flooding threatens eastern N.C.

April 26, 2017 2:23 PM

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