At least four people have died in North Carolina after Hurricane Ian ripped through the state.
Hurricane Ian kills four in North Carolina
The remnants of Hurricane Ian downed trees and power lines across North Carolina, and at least four fatalities connected to the severe weather have been reported.
In Johnston County, outside of Raleigh, a woman found her husband dead early on Saturday morning after he went to check on a generator running in their garage overnight, sheriff’s office Captain Jeff Caldwell said.
Carbon monoxide levels were also high inside the home, and the woman was checked out at a hospital, according to Caldwell.
Also in Johnston County, two young adults died in traffic accidents during stormy and wet conditions Friday, Governor Roy Cooper’s office said in a news release.