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Damage from Hurricane Floyd

Damage from Hurricane Floyd to Oak Island, North Carolina, 1999. Oak Island was ground zero of Hurricane Floyd, as it was the first spot in the continental United States where the hurricane made landfall. 

Yellow house on a ruined beach in Oak Island after Floyd. Broken pieces of the road litter the beach. There is a blue sky in the background.
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Saville, Dave. North Carolina Hurricane Floyd & Irene (DR-1292). October 4, 1999. Photograph. FEMA News Photos. 

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