Several eastern Carolina roads closed due to flooding

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – Four primary roads in eastern Carolina remain closed as of Monday afternoon.

  •      NC 210 at North Topsail
  •      NC 133 near NC 87 in Brunswick County
  •      NC 12 at Ocracoke
  •      NC 12 in Kitty Hawk.

Flooding also forced several roads in southeast North Carolina to close Monday morning, including NC 210 in Onslow County, NC 50 in Duplin County, and a portion of NC 12 in Carteret County.

Drivers traveling to South Carolina should also remember their trips may be affected as a stretch of I-95 is closed between Florence and I-26.

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