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Old 09-15-2018, 09:43 PM
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We are safe and finally got power back in most of Rockingham. I doubt Allen has power. Please remember that area in your prayers, it's being hit hard with flooding and the rain isn't letting up. So more flooding to come.

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We've just had dreary weather for the last 2 days. Periods of downpours and wind gusts. Power was out 4-5 hours early yesterday. Really nothing to tell about here, but south and east from here its bad. As of last night 800,00 with no power, a few deaths, quite a few water rescues. Last I heard from Allen he had gone to high ground.
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I'm back, guys. We got power back yesterday. Jenn and I were very lucky! No house damage, but have some large limbs down. We did see some trees down, and some buildings with the roofs torn off. Lots of flooding also. Please keep everyone in this area in your thoughts and prayers!
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Good to hear that you guys are OK.
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