Hurricane Dorian takes his last shot at the United States after going through the Caribbean and up the southeast coast. North Carolina is the target of Dorian's anger on Friday. Dorian was downgraded to Category 1 overnight, but is less than 20 miles offshore at 90 mph. This causes life-threatening lightning floods up to six feet in a storm. In the Bahamas, the storm has been blamed for at least 30 deaths. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
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