Hurricane Florence Before & After Satellite Pictures Show The Devastation; Death Toll Now At 41

Hurricane Florence Before & After Satellite Pictures Show The Devastation; Death Toll Now At 41

Shocking before and after satellite pictures reveal the devastation of Hurricane Florence as the death toll rises to 41

  • DigitalGlobe snapped high-resolution satellite images of flood-ravaged areas near Wallace, North Carolina
  • Carolinas were drenched by up to 3 feet of rain in some parts due to Hurricane Florence
  • The slow-moving storm left towns and roadways flooded, destroying homes, farms, and businesses
  • So far, 41 people have been killed by the storm and its aftermath in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia

Dramatic before and after satellite images show the extent to which entire areas of North Carolina were inundated with flood waters caused by Florence.

DigitalGlobe, the company that provides high-resolution satellite imagery, snapped photos of the flood-ravaged area surrounding Wallace, North Carolina.

Wallace is a town that lies about 35 miles northeast of Wilmington.

The images show just how extensive was the damage wrought by floods to farmland, homes, and other local businesses.

More than 84,000 homes and businesses in North Carolina were still without power on Thursday in the wake of Hurricane Florence which hit the state’s coast on Sept. 14, according to local power companies.

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