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Two oceanfront homes collapse into water in Outer Banks

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High tides caused two houses to collapse into the Atlantic this week. Both homes were unoccupied and the street where the collapsed homes were located was closed. The homeowners are working with state officials to coordinate the cleanup of the homes. This is the third home this year that has fallen into the ocean along the North Carolina coast.
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USA TodayUSA Today

Two North Carolina beach houses collapse into Atlantic Ocean as seen in video

The two unoccupied homes were taken under by the powerful waves and high tides of North Carolina's coast, and more could collapse.

5 months ago·United States
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2 North Carolina beach houses collapse into Atlantic surf

The National Park Service says two unoccupied beach houses have fallen into the waves along North Carolina’s coast

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Video: Outer Banks beach house collapses into ocean - CNN Video

At least two unoccupied homes were swept into the ocean on North Carolina's Outer Banks on May 10.

5 months ago·Atlanta, United States
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2 North Carolina beach houses collapse into Atlantic surf

Two beach houses have fallen into the waves along North Carolina's coast, U.S. National Park Service officials said in a statement Tuesday. The unoccupied homes were located along Ocean Drive in the Outer Banks community of Rodanthe.

5 months ago·United States
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North Carolina beach homes collapse from lumbering coastal storm

The incident on the Outer Banks has exposed the risk to shoreline homes from storms and the rising sea

5 months ago·Washington, United States
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Two oceanfront homes collapse into water in Outer Banks

Two unoccupied homes collapsed along North Carolina’s seashore on Tuesday amid flooding and high tides off the Atlantic Ocean. The houses were located along the oceanfront in ​​Rodanthe, N.C., at C…

5 months ago·Washington, United States
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