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09/18/2018 01:02 pm ET

Aerial Photos Show Scale Of Hurricane Florence Damage

Flooding continues, even though the storm has passed.
Flooding from Hurricane Florence is seen in Lumberton, North Carolina. 
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Flooding from Hurricane Florence is seen in Lumberton, North Carolina. 

It has been days since the worst part of Hurricane Florence passed by the Carolinas, but many communities are still experiencing ― and anticipating ― rising floodwaters. 

From flooded churches and animal farms to entire cities, the devastation as seen from above is truly striking. 

See the latest aerial photos from the storm below. 

  • Floodwaters inundate a church after Hurricane Florence struck the Carolinas in Conway, South Carolina. 
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    Floodwaters inundate a church after Hurricane Florence struck the Carolinas in Conway, South Carolina. 
  • Houses sit in floodwater caused by Hurricane Florence in Lumberton, North Carolina.
    Jason Miczek / Reuters
    Houses sit in floodwater caused by Hurricane Florence in Lumberton, North Carolina.
  • School buses sit in floodwater in Lumberton.
    Jason Miczek / Reuters
    School buses sit in floodwater in Lumberton.
  • A steeple lies next to the Elah Baptist Church after being blown off by the strong winds of Hurricane Florence in Leland, Nor
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    A steeple lies next to the Elah Baptist Church after being blown off by the strong winds of Hurricane Florence in Leland, North Carolina. 
  • Homes along the New River are flooded in Jacksonville, North Carolina. 
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    Homes along the New River are flooded in Jacksonville, North Carolina. 
  • Flooding in Lumberton.
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    Flooding in Lumberton.
  • A hog farm near Trenton, North Carolina.
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    A hog farm near Trenton, North Carolina.
  • Flooding in Lumberton.
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    Flooding in Lumberton.
  • Damaged and fallen shipping containers are seen at Portwatch Industrial Park in Wilmington, North Carolina. 
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    Damaged and fallen shipping containers are seen at Portwatch Industrial Park in Wilmington, North Carolina. 
  • Chicken farm buildings near Trenton.
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    Chicken farm buildings near Trenton.
  • Cars sit in floodwater in Lumberton. 
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    Cars sit in floodwater in Lumberton. 
  • A damaged building stands in the Smiths Creek Industrial Park in Wilmington. 
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    A damaged building stands in the Smiths Creek Industrial Park in Wilmington. 
  • A building sits in floodwater in Lumberton. 
    Jason Miczek / Reuters
    A building sits in floodwater in Lumberton. 
  • A boat lies capsized on the Cape Fear River in Wilmington. 
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    A boat lies capsized on the Cape Fear River in Wilmington. 
  • A flooded neighborhood stands next to the Lumber River in Pembroke, North Carolina. 
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    A flooded neighborhood stands next to the Lumber River in Pembroke, North Carolina. 
  • Floodwaters are seen next to the Cape Fear River in Wilmington.
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    Floodwaters are seen next to the Cape Fear River in Wilmington.
  • A flooded neighborhood stands next to the Black Swamp River in Lumberton. 
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    A flooded neighborhood stands next to the Black Swamp River in Lumberton. 
  • A flooded neighborhood stands next to the Lumber River in Lumberton. 
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    A flooded neighborhood stands next to the Lumber River in Lumberton. 
  • Farm equipment near Trenton. 
    Associated Press
    Farm equipment near Trenton. 
  • A man paddles a kayak in a neighborhood in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
    Associated Press
    A man paddles a kayak in a neighborhood in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
  • A backhoe moves through the streets in Trenton. 
    Associated Press
    A backhoe moves through the streets in Trenton. 
  • A man paddles a kayak in a flooded neighborhood in Fayetteville. 
    Associated Press
    A man paddles a kayak in a flooded neighborhood in Fayetteville. 
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