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Published: Monday, June 10, 2019 @ 6:14 AM
By: Adam Gaub, WSOCTV.com
GRANITE FALLS, N.C. — Two men brought a fawn to safety from rising floodwaters Saturday afternoon in North Carolina, viewers told Charlotte's WSOC-TV.
Viewer Ann Miller shot the video of two men in Granite Falls rescuing the fawn from the waters that had risen quickly near the Rhodhiss Dam.
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Miller's husband, Chris, said the fawn was taken to nearby wildlife officers.
The rescue came as heavy rains pummeled the state. In nearby Lincolnton, three people died Saturday after a car hydroplaned off the roadway due to rising waters and ended up in Rock Dam Creek.
– Visit WSOCTV.com for the latest on flooding in the Carolinas.