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Debris from OBX home collapses still washing up on beaches, Cape Hatteras National Seashore officials warn

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Debris from two home collapses in the Outer Banks is still washing up on nearby beaches. Officials with the Cape Hatteras National Seashore are warning visitors to use caution. Beachgoers should wear hard-soled footwear on the beach between Rodanthe and Salvo.
1 month ago·Manteo, United States

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Debris from OBX home collapses still washing up on beaches, Cape Hatteras National Seashore officials warn

MANTEO, N.C. -- Debris from two home collapses in the Outer Banks is still washing up on nearby beaches, and officials with the Cape Hatteras National Seashore are warning visitors to use caution due to the potential for debris-related injuries.According to the Seashore, beachgoers should wear hard-soled footwear on the beach between Rodanthe and Salvo to avoid injury from sand-covered and fully exposed home debris. Sharp debris may also be foun…

1 month ago·Richmond, United States
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