Flood waters start to recede


BEGINNING ALERTS FROM ALL THE. MICHAEL HYLAND IS KEEP AN EYE ON THINGS AND HOW PEOPLE IN CUMBERLAND COUNTY ARE CLEANING UP. Reporter: WE TALKED TO YOU ABOUT THIS AT 6:00. THAT WATER HAS RECEDED LEAVING BEHIND MUD AND ROCKS ALL OVER THE ROAD AND THE ROAD IS STILL CLOSED. I WANT TO SHOW YOU THE RIVER HERE. IT’S STILL JUST ABOVE 20 FEET WHICH IS CONSIDERED MAJOR FLOOD STAGE. THE NEIGHBORS NEARBY ARE REALLY CONCERNED ABOUT A DAMN NEARBY THAT HAS BEEN BREACHED AND COULD BE DAMAGED FURTHER. AS THE WATER KEPT RISING IN IT AROUND SPRING LAKE, NEIGHBORS GOT WORRIED. WE’VE BEEN OUT HERE FOR YEARS AND I’VE BEEN OUT HERE SINCE 1985 AND I’VE NEVER SEEN ANYTHING LIKE THIS BEFORE. Reporter: SOME PEOPLE ENDED UP AT THE SHELTER. WHERE ALWAYS RESPONDING TO DISASTERS. Reporter: HE JUST BOUGHT HIS HOUSE A MONTH AGO. HE WAS BACKGROUND 6:30 WITH MINIMAL DAMAGE TO HIS GARAGE. HE IS CONCERNED ABOUT WHAT IS NEXT. WE JUST PUT A BUNCH OF MONEY IN THIS PLACE. IF THAT DAMN WILL TAKE MY HOUSE OUT, THE STATE WILL PAY. Reporter: OFFICIALS CAME BY TO LOOK AT THE GREEK. — GREEK. HE SHOWED US THIS VIDEO OF THE THE BREACH. HOPING THEY WILL NOT TAKE DOWN MORE TREES. Reporter: IN ADDITION TO THE SHELTER HERE THERE’S ALSO ONE OPEN IN FAYETTEVILLE AND NOT CLOSE THIS EVENING BUT THE ONE IN SPRING LAKE WILL STAY OPEN FOR AS LONG AS PEOPLE HERE NEED A. MICHAEL HYLAND, CBS NORTH CAROLINA. CREWS OF BEEN WORKING IN HORNICK COUNTY TO FIX ROAD FLOODING FROM THE DANGEROUS STORM OVERNIGHT. THOMPSON ROAD WAS COMPLETELY WASHED OUT. WE CAUGHT FLOODING AT ANDERSON FOR FLOODING CAUSED FORECLOSURES DROP TODAY.

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