Moore County residents meet to hear about options after Hurricane Matthew


HE’S GOING TO BE SENTENCED TO DEATH BECAUSE HE KILLED NINE PARISHIONERS BECAUSE OF THE COLOR OF THEIR SKIN. ONE OF THE AREAS MOST IMPACTED OUR PEOPLE THAT LIVED DOWNSTREAM FROM THE WOODLEY DAN. THEY WILL LIKELY HAVE BUYOUT OPTIONS. AS WE WILL REPORT, STATE OFFICIALS ARE CRACKING DOWN ON THE DAMS OWNERS.>THE WATER WAS RUNNING IN THE WINDOW WHEN I LEFT. THIS HOMEOWNER TOOK A PICTURE BEFORE HE GOT OUT. MY HOME HAD SOME DAMAGE. THEY SAY IT WAS A 500 YEAR FLOOD. HE TRIED TO SELL HIS HOME A FEW YEARS AGO BUT COULD NOT FIND A BUYER. MY WIFE IS DEAD. IS TIME TO GO. Reporter: HOMEOWNERS WILL HAVE OPTIONS THROUGH FEMA. IT WAS TERRIBLE. I CRIED BECAUSE I WAS A TERRIFIED. — Reporter: SHE CAME TO A MEETING WITH OTHERS TO SEE WHAT FEMA COULD DO. DURING THE STORM A HOLE OPENED UP 200 PEOPLE SOUTH OF THE DAM HAD TO GET OUT. THE STATE DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY GAVE THEM

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