Hurricane Florence damage seen in Wake County
WAKE COUNTY, N.C. (WTVD) —
As Hurricane Florence barrels through the Carolinas, some damage has already been seen across Wake County.
On Misty River Drive in Raleigh, a home had a large tree fall directly on top of it, splitting the home in two.
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The family who owns the house had not even lived there for more than a month when the storm crushed it.
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Luckily, the family of five was unharmed.
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Over in Fuquay Varina, a home that is said to be around 100 years old also had a large tree fall on it.
The historic home, known as the Walter Aiken House, is located on South Fuquay Avenue.
Tree limb down on a 100 year old house near downtown Fuquay in the historic district pic.twitter.com/w1guUBIY5s
— Joe Mazur (@joemazurabc11) September 14, 2018
Tree on the Walter Aiken house in Fuquay Varina/ https://t.co/xN2pAMzPZD
— Jeremy Baker (@FancyPantsWTVD) September 14, 2018
More damage is expected to be seen in Wake County as the storm progresses.
Wake County is currently slated to get 7-8 inches of rain.
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