Greensboro also declares state of emergency

Greensboro also declares state of emergency
Possible Tornado, Widespread Damage As Michael Slams Into The Piedmont Triad
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NORTH CAROLINA — Tropical Storm Michael moved out of the Triad on Thursday evening, not before creating widespread flooding throughout the region.

Flash flood warning for Guilford, Forsyth extended through 1:15 a.m. Friday

In Wilkesboro, officials and the fire department attempted to secure the area around a sinkhole, which grew larger as rain and flood water continue to poor in. The main concern was for those driving getting too close to hole, trying to snag a look and falling in.

Im watching a massive sinkhole getting even bigger surrounding a Taco Bell in Wilkes County! Rain and flooding from #Michael is causing the sides to cave in. Stay away from the area. @SpecNewsTriad pic.twitter.com/kzFwmcIVWe


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