Hurricane Florence aftermath: Coal ash contamination unavoidable

Other than dead fish, toxic coal ash pits are scattered across North and South Carolina.

    Many US communities are still dealing with severe flooding, two weeks after Hurricane Florence made landfall. More than 40 people died in the storm and its aftermath - many in the state of North Carolina.

    Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from Goldsboro.


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