Volunteers rescue residents, pets from flooded homes during Florence

A couple who evacuated North Carolina and drove hours to Florida welcomed twin daughters Thursday morning.
1:02 | 09/14/18

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Funny tonight here we have witnessed so much in the wake of history came to compassion of the rescue teams and volunteers here are persons of the to date with the waters rapidly rising rescue workers from township number seven fire department and volunteers from the civilian crisis response team. Used to trucks to move people and their pets rescued from their flooded homes volunteer rescuers near Newburgh helping those residents get to higher ground. This volunteer carrying a seven year old girl to safety in Jacksonville two men with their boat carrying a couple of dogs later bringing up the kittens two. And there was this today a bright spot in the midst of a hurricane. Marine corporal Nicholas. After evacuating Camp Lejeune in North Carolina. Their newborn twins Sadie in scarlet. We welcome those twins right here tonight thank you for watching during the hurricane would think about all the people affected by this happy.

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