Saturday 23 Sep 2017

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State Dials Back Response To Hurricane Irma

(NORTH CAROLINA NEWS NETWORK)–With the exception of some of downed trees in the west and some high surf on the coast, what was left of Irma has turned out to be mostly a rain event in the state. Emergency Management Director Mike Sprayberry says they’ve scaled back the response effort.  Gov. Roy Cooper said forestry crews equipped with chain saws and National Guard soldiers are helping clear roads in parts of western North Carolina affected by the remnants of Hurricane Irma.

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