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Tar River at NC 97 at Rocky Mount, Edgecombe County, September 1999. Photo by David Fowler.


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middle three quarters of the picture showing flooding, dry land barely visible in lower left and upper right corners.

Flooding at U.S Highway 264 and NC Highway 33 west of Greenville, Pitt County

Saturday, September 18, 1999

View is looking towards the south; flooding from tributary to nearby Tar River.

Photo taken by Jerry Ryan

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