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STAFF PHOTO BY LYNN CAHLSON
SALT MARSH and finger canals become one hnily nf writer a* n worker wearing y.'sdcrs trudges down
a Holden Beach street as the tide crests.
STAFF PHOTO BY SUSAN IJSMEft
ON THE OCEAN ISLE CAUSEWAY the overhang at Ocean Isle Plaza Exxon collapsed on the gas
tanks. On the island, a water line serving four east-end homes broke and approximately nine homes
sustained major damage.
shed at a
STAFF PHOTO BY CECILIA GORE
as freak winter storm brings
hurricane-like conditions to
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AS WATER HUSHES across lawns, obscuring a street at Holden Beach, construction workers navigate their truck throughh'ieh water*lrv
ing to reach a homehuilding site to secure materials vulnerable to wind and water. ^
STAFF PHOTO BY SUSAN USHE?
till J. CROFTON (left) equips Team Leader Hill l.otz of the
Department of Transportation's underwater inspection unit with a
new air tank as he prepares to dive Sunday at the Sunset If each
Bridge. He was trying to locate a faulty underwater cable to a
WATER NEARS the roo/line of a Shallotte River boat house oJJN.C. 130. *10'?8Y MtN0A MO?*'