An American flag waves in the breeze Tuesday among several grounded boats outside the harbor at Key West, Fla. Hurricane Irma ravaged the entire 100-mile island chain with sustained winds clocked at 137 mph. On Friday, N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper reported the first N.C. death related to the storm: A man who died of carbon monoxide poisoning from a generator in his N.C. mountain home.
An American flag waves in the breeze Tuesday among several grounded boats outside the harbor at Key West, Fla. Hurricane Irma ravaged the entire 100-mile island chain with sustained winds clocked at 137 mph. On Friday, N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper reported the first N.C. death related to the storm: A man who died of carbon monoxide poisoning from a generator in his N.C. mountain home. ROB-ONEAL AP
An American flag waves in the breeze Tuesday among several grounded boats outside the harbor at Key West, Fla. Hurricane Irma ravaged the entire 100-mile island chain with sustained winds clocked at 137 mph. On Friday, N.C. Gov. Roy Cooper reported the first N.C. death related to the storm: A man who died of carbon monoxide poisoning from a generator in his N.C. mountain home. ROB-ONEAL AP

First N.C. death from Hurricane Irma confirmed

September 15, 2017 06:36 PM

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