McCrory: Roof Rescues Underway, 10 Dead In NC After Hurricane Matthew

RALEIGH, N.C. — Gov. McCrory provided an update on the impacts Hurricane Matthew is having in North Carolina.

Flooding is the major concern after the powerful storm hit the state over the weekend.  Several counties have had mandatory evacuations after breaches.

Roof rescues are underway in Lumberton Monday morning after a levee breached.  Many homes and business can be seen underwater in cities like Lumberton, Wilson and Fayetteville.

McCrory said the state has had over 1,400 water rescues.  Ten total people have died in the state from Hurricane Matthew and five people are missing.