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Nearly two weeks after Hurricane Eta hit Central America, troops rescue families stranded by the storm in Honduras.
A close and frightening call for a man in Johnston County this morning after becoming stuck while trying to drive through floodwaters.
Leslie Moreno, WRAL reporter
Officials said they are concerned about people driving after dark, as the low visibility makes it difficult to see where roads are flooded - or even completely washed out.
Keely Arthur and Kasey Cunningham, WRAL reporters
Over 200 roads reportedly closed on Thursday, with many water rescues and more than one tragic death. Roads remain dangerous overnight, as not all floodwaters have receded -- and some roads are still closed.
The aftermath of Thursday's storms and flooding disrupted traffic patterns along the busiest north-south route through North Carolina, Interstate 95.
Nia Harden and Julian Grace, WRAL reporters
Turn around; don't drown. Water rescues have been happening across the state today as roadways flooded. As nighttime falls, officials are encouraging drivers to stay off the roads, as low visibility could obscure deep water, or hide fallen power lines or trees.
MIAMI — Tropical Storm Eta pounded Florida again Thursday, flooding beach communities along the Gulf of Mexico, forcing rescuers to wade through hip-deep water and hitting portions of Tampa and Jacksonville as it made its way back out to sea.
Carol Rosenberg, Amaris Castillo and Christina Morales, New York Times
The Weather Channel's Jim Cantore is in Tampa, Florida covering Tropical Storm Eta as it pummels the coast.