Flood victim: "I've never seen it this bad"

Hurricane Matthew's flood waters leave North Carolinians living near the Lumber River trapped in their homes.

North Carolina's Lumber River could reach record levels this week before Hurricane Matthew's flood water recedes

In Robeson County community just off Interstate 74, families were rescuing other family members using nothing more than a four wheeler while others were trapped in a home.

"My grandma and others, they are trapped in the house," said Kerri Freeman.

Freeman couldn't get close to his 70-year-old grandmother and other relatives who were trapped by the flood waters.

"The only way they can get out is to walk, unless you're going to take a boat in there, but that's it. Other than that, they're trapped in there and this happened since four o'clock this morning," Freeman said.

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