Hatteras Island after Hurricane Irene | Beaufort County Now | Hatteras Island is not accessible due to multiple areas of overwash on Hwy 12 north of Rodanthe from Hurricane Irene. | Hatteras Island, hurricane irene, video, not accessible, highway 12, hwy 12, 2011, August

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Hatteras Island after Hurricane Irene

OUTER BANKS, N.C.


    Hatteras Island is not accessible due to multiple areas of overwash on Hwy 12 north of Rodanthe from Hurricane Irene. Chopper 10 flew over the area Sunday morning and captured images of a section of washed out road.

    The Town of Duck is also not accessible at this time because of impassable roads.

    Re-entry into portions of Dare County began Sunday at 2 p.m. for residents and property owners. The re-entry procedure does not include access to Hatteras Island or the Town of Duck.



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