Greenville station WITN said a 78-year-old man was electrocuted while he was trying to connect two extension cords in the rain. "It's hard to believe it's going to get that high", says Elizabeth Machado, who came to the bridge to check on the river.
The 42-year-old entrepreneur appeared at an event Monday evening at the space launch company's headquarters of the space launch company near Los Angeles. The spacecraft is meant to buzz around the moon without landing. SpaceX is already making headlines around the world for its efforts to make spaceflight more affordable for organizations like NASA as well as private companies, but today the company will announce something truly revolutionary.
Forecasters are warning of risky storm surge , which could reach 13 feet on parts of the Carolina coast. The Hurricane Center reported heavy rain bands with tropical-storm-force winds had arrived in the North Carolina Outer Banks. A woman died from cardiac arrest in the town of Hampstead after emergency responders had their route to her blocked by downed trees, a county official said.
Rescue crews used boats to carry more than 360 people from rising water in the river town of New Bern , North Carolina , while many of their neighbors awaited help. "There are no roads ... that are leading into Wilmington that are passable because of the flooding that is taking place now inland", Saffo said. Five were killed when their vehicles lost control on flooded roads, a mother and her baby died when a tree fell on their Wilmington home and a couple perished from ...
The flooding began on barrier islands in North Carolina and then spread into coastal and river communities there and in SC, swamping the white sands and golf courses in North Myrtle Beach. As of Saturday morning, at least six deaths have been blamed on the storm, nearly a million people were without power across North and SC, and some areas have already faced extreme flooding.
Roy Cooper called Florence an "uninvited brute" that could wipe out entire communities as it grinds its way across land. Annazette Riley-Cromartie said she and her family thought they'd be safe in their brick home in eastern North Carolina .