This photo provided by the Boone Police Department shows a home was destroyed by a gas leak following a landslide from the effects of Subtropical Storm Alberto on Wednesday, May 30, in Boone, N.C. Sgt. Shane Robbins said the landslide resulted in the "catastrophic destruction" of the home because of a gas leak. On Monday, the U.S. Forest Service warned visitors to the Nantahala and Pisgah national forests in Western North Carolina of the potential trees toppling in high winds and because of the recent rains,. Landslides and    flooding also remain threats, officials said.
This photo provided by the Boone Police Department shows a home was destroyed by a gas leak following a landslide from the effects of Subtropical Storm Alberto on Wednesday, May 30, in Boone, N.C. Sgt. Shane Robbins said the landslide resulted in the "catastrophic destruction" of the home because of a gas leak. On Monday, the U.S. Forest Service warned visitors to the Nantahala and Pisgah national forests in Western North Carolina of the potential trees toppling in high winds and because of the recent rains,. Landslides and flooding also remain threats, officials said. Boone Police Department via AP
This photo provided by the Boone Police Department shows a home was destroyed by a gas leak following a landslide from the effects of Subtropical Storm Alberto on Wednesday, May 30, in Boone, N.C. Sgt. Shane Robbins said the landslide resulted in the "catastrophic destruction" of the home because of a gas leak. On Monday, the U.S. Forest Service warned visitors to the Nantahala and Pisgah national forests in Western North Carolina of the potential trees toppling in high winds and because of the recent rains,. Landslides and flooding also remain threats, officials said. Boone Police Department via AP

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