Flooding caused by Hurricane Florence covers blocks of Front Street in downtown New Bern, North Carolina, on Friday. (Chris Seward)

Flooding caused by Hurricane Florence covers blocks of Front Street in downtown New Bern, North Carolina, on Friday. (Chris Seward)

Thousands of homeowners in Florence’s path have no flood insurance

Nine percent of households in South Carolina and 3 percent in North Carolina have flood insurance.

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