The Tar River has grown to 36.29 feet since Hurricane Matthew dumped heavy rains across central and eastern North Carolina.
Deaths across North Carolina have climbed to 22.
Emergency crews have rescued more than two dozen people from the Black River Basin in Pender County.
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Some people are staying on the other side of the river in Tarboro with many of them unsure at this point what condition their homes are in.
Days after Hurricane Matthew flooding is still at its peak in Lumberton.
A man and his dog were saved from his flooded house with the help of a drone — and Twitter.
Some Fort Bragg Soldiers are helping one family recover. The group of soldiers is coming together to help a complete stranger.
That evacuation will stay in place until at least Thursday at 6 p.m., officials confirmed.
The river could crest in Kinston at twice the flood stage level.