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Ports of Wilmington & Morehead City remain closed

North Carolina ports' notice:

The Ports of Wilmington & Morehead City will remain CLOSED through Wed., 9/19. Essential employees required for storm response will be contacted by their supervisor with specific instructions. The next update is anticipated by noon on Tuesday.

NC Ports tweeted on September 16, 2018: 

Hurricane Florence has had a major impact on NC & the Ports of Wilmington & Morehead City. We are assessing the situation at both locations & will remain CLOSED through Wed., Sept. 19. At that time we will provide a further update regarding operating status



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