TRIAD, N.C. -- The aftermath of Hurricane matthew isn't over.
Two more people died bring the total to 22 deaths in our state. We've seen the devastating flooding bring out the best in people those willing to help and put their lives in danger to save others.
On Monday, Forsyth County EMS sent 3 paramedics to help in Columbus County. So far they've responded to a dozen calls.
Thursday, a new team from the Greensboro swift water rescue team left to help people affected by Matthew.
They're relieving the first team sent down last week.
Thursday morning Chief Express teamed up with BB&T to bring supplies to Lumberton. BB&T footed the bill for water and non-perishable food Items -then Chief Express drove the four trucks east.
Three of them filled up in Greensboro. Governor Pat McCrory says he's seen the best in people this past week.
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