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In Virginia, two of our piers have already been destroyed and two more are on the way. Does anyone have any info on the piers in the obx. Hopefully the report is better than those up here. Everyone keep safe!!!!!
 

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AVALON PIER CAM

dont be fooled thats a lock out picture....exact same frame i have been looking at for last 3 hours...... im sure the are powerless
 

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Just trying to bring some good news the bogue inlet pier is OK the web site is stating Isabel was just a power wash for the pier
 

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On the Outer Banks, the storm destroyed the 540-foot Jennette's Pier in Nags Head and at least two beach houses, where storm surge picked up a washer, dryer and refrigerator and carried them about 500 feet down the street.

http://customwire.ap.org/dynamic/stories/H/HURRICANE_ISABEL?SITE=VANOV&SECTION=HOME

Things I have heard from another board:
-Pelican's Roost, Hatteras Village- gone.
-One of the Hatteras Village motels- gone.
-Kitty Hawk pier, Kitty Hawk- gone
-Jenneatte's Pier, Nags Head- possibly damaged or destroyed.
-Ocracoke Island had 6-8ft flooding.
-Oriental, NC (Pamlico Sound)- 8ft flooding.
-Swanquarter Ferry Dock recorded 100+mph wind.
-Lots of damage in Swanquarter.
-Extensive tree damage in mainland Hyde County.
-Rt 12 overwashed north of Rodanthe and south of Buxton.
-1 NC fatality so far, Cartaret-Craven Power Co lineman electricuted while making early repairs.
 

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Kitty Hawk isn't completely gone its just stands in several sections check out slideshow in another post
 
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