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Story Publication logo November 2, 2020

A Flesh-Eating Ocean Bacteria is Killing People in the Carolinas

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A man stands in the ruins of his house, destroyed by flood.
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Climate change has a clear impact on the beaches of the Carolinas. But just past those glittering...

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Paddlers make their way along the Waccamaw River picking up trash near Conway, S.C. Image by Jason Lee / The Sun News. United States, undated.
Paddlers make their way along the Waccamaw River picking up trash near Conway, S.C. Image by Jason Lee / The Sun News. United States, undated.

Print version by Sammy Fretwell, Ali Raj, and Sofia Moutinho
Reporting for 
The State—North Carolina News Service Collaboration with the Pulitzer Center's nationwide Connected Coastlines reporting initiative

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