Thursday 15 Nov 2018

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UPDATE: Numerous Power Outages Reported In Wayne County

The view of Downtown Goldsboro Friday morning as Hurricane Florence moves into the area.

The streets of the downtown were mostly empty, with residents staying put at their homes to ride out the impending storm.

As of 1:30 pm Duke Energy was reporting over 8,633 of its customers were without power in Wayne County, with nearly 4,000 customers in the dark in or near the City of Goldsboro.  Tri-County Electric Membership Corporation reports another 1,851 are without power in their service area Of Wayne County

The worst of the storm is yet to come, with heavy rain still creeping westward into Eastern Carolina.  Flooding is expected to peak Monday and Tuesday.

 

4 Comments

  1. pastor John B. Murray,Sr says:

    We are praying for the wayne county area that God will extend his arm of
    prfotection around every family that could be affected by the storm.

    Pastor John Murray, Sr
    Trumpets In Zion Baptist Church
    Ft. myers, Fla

    Reply

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