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  • Fayetteville police rescue woman and child from car trapped in flood waters live on Facebook

    A Fayetteville police team was live on Facebook as it rescued a woman and child from a car trapped on flooded Robeson Street in Fayetteville, NC after heavy rains from Hurricane Matthew hit Cumberland County.

Fayetteville police rescue woman and child from car trapped in flood waters live on Facebook

A Fayetteville police team was live on Facebook as it rescued a woman and child from a car trapped on flooded Robeson Street in Fayetteville, NC after heavy rains from Hurricane Matthew hit Cumberland County.
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