The water is everywhere - flooding interstates, swamping homes and swelling rivers that keep climbing.
The Salisbury Daily Times reports that two of the plants are now up and running again with the third ready to restart as soon as the city begins supplying water at the end of the week.
"It's going to get rough for SC", he told them. Bragg. The banks were littered with bricks and debris from a motel that collapsed after flooding swept the earth out from under it.
President Donald Trump has toured a SC neighborhood that's bracing itself for more severe flooding due to Florence. The governor noted that some of the estimates were based on damage resulting from Hurricane Matthew in 2016.
Florence dropped almost 3 feet (1 meter) of rain on North Carolina as the storm moved slowly across the state, flooding towns, closing roads and killing dozens of people.
The president says he wants to say "hello" to everyone from the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the military that are working hard to help residents recover from the storm.
"The damage in the northeastern part of our state will be catastrophic, surpassing anything recorded in modern history", he wrote.
She added: "People aren't talking about the hurricane any more so, it's easy to put it out of your mind but, destruction is still happening in #NC.people's hearts are still breaking seeing their homes destroyed.people and animals are still being rescued.some people are still losing their lives".
The lake is a former cooling pond at the L.V. Sutton Power Station and is adjacent to three large coal ash dumps. Over the weekend, a coal ash landfill at the site released 2,000 cubic yards of material; coal ash contains heavy metals, including arsenic and mercury.
A section of Interstate 95 in SC has been closed because of flooding.
Lt. Sean Swain, a spokesman for the Cumberland County Sheriff's Office, told the Fayetteville Observer that deputies could see the man's body through a trailer window but couldn't retrieve the body because of the swift water surrounding the trailer. There are detours available for local traffic.
That news comes as authorities from Horry County Sheriff's Department in SC say two detainees drowned when a van was swept away in rising flood waters.
U.S. President Donald Trump warned SC on Wednesday "water is coming your way" in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, as the death toll from the massive storm rose to at least 36 after two women were swept away in a sheriff's van. The business also expressed concern that 30 of its farms had been isolated by flood waters, which could lead to more loss of head if access was not regained.
Fayetteville City Manager Doug Hewett said he's concerned that with the rain gone, residents may become complacent and try to get back home, which could be unsafe.