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May 17, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Rain-swollen streams poured out of their banks, forcing nearly 600 people from their homes and sweeping one woman to her death as she waited with a packed suitcase for emergency workers to arrive. A second person was missing. Storms that dumped more than 3 inches of rain on parts of southern West Virginia also knocked out power to 3,900 customers and forced schools in five counties to close.
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January 30, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
A charter helicopter battling fog and rugged terrain plucked two train crew members from a remote river gorge in southern West Virginia after snow and fallen trees had stranded them for more than a day. Meanwhile about 44,000 people in snow-covered western North Carolina remained without heat or light as swollen waterways had emergency officials wary of flooding. Schools remained closed in many mountain counties.
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January 30, 1998 | From Times Wire Reports
A charter helicopter battling fog and rugged terrain plucked two train crew members from a remote river gorge in southern West Virginia after snow and fallen trees had stranded them for more than a day. Meanwhile about 44,000 people in snow-covered western North Carolina remained without heat or light as swollen waterways had emergency officials wary of flooding. Schools remained closed in many mountain counties.
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May 17, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Rain-swollen streams poured out of their banks, forcing nearly 600 people from their homes and sweeping one woman to her death as she waited with a packed suitcase for emergency workers to arrive. A second person was missing. Storms that dumped more than 3 inches of rain on parts of southern West Virginia also knocked out power to 3,900 customers and forced schools in five counties to close.
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