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Forecasters issue flood warnings as Jeanne remnants move north
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UNDATED (AP) -- Flood warnings are in effect from Georgia to New York as the remnants of Hurricane Jeanne move up the Eastern Seaboard.

The storm is being blamed for one death in South Carolina.  Officials there say a man died when he was thrown from his mobile home by a tornado spawned by Jeanne. About a dozen other people were taken to hospitals.

The storm has dumped up to four inches of rain on parts of South Carolina where itÔŅĹs still located.

Streams in Virginia are already bursting their banks and officials are warning of possible tornadoes there as well.

Many of these areas have already been saturated by past storms, which officials say increases the chances of flooding now.


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