GREENVILLE, N.C. (AP) – Gov. Pat McCrory said the death toll in North Carolina from Hurricane Matthew has risen to 20.
McCrory told a briefing in Lumberton on Wednesday that the latest death was reported in Lenoir County. He provided no additional details.
The death toll for the U.S. now stands at 36.
The governor was visiting one of the areas hit hard by flooding, but he called the residents in Robeson County “the most resilient citizens I have ever met.”
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