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Cleanup process begins after unoccupied house falls into ocean in Rodanthe

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RODANTHE, NC (WWAY) — The sixth house in four years has collapsed into the Atlantic Ocean in Rodanthe.

The unoccupied home on Ocean Drive fell into the water early Tuesday morning and has caused widespread debris, according to the Cape Hatteras National Seashore.

Crews are beginning the process of cleaning up the pieces of house.

To help ensure the safety of visitors and allow for cleanup activities to occur, an approximately one-mile section of beach is closed from Sea Haven Drive to South Shore Drive.

Due to the direction that the debris is expected to drift, visitors are urged to avoid the beaches north of Sea Haven Drive into the southern portion of Pea Island National Wildlife Refuge.



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