Hurricane Matthew's aftermath continues in North Carolina, days after the storm passed.

FOX's Tonya J. Powers has more:

Tens of thousands of people in North Carolina, some as far as 125 miles inland, have been warned to move to higher ground as flooding remains a concern in that state.

People who live in Greenville are keeping a nervous eye on the Tar River, which flows along the city's downtown and is expected to crest today. Officials say it could overwhelm every bridge in the county.

In the U.S., the hurricane is being blamed for more than 30 deaths, and it damaged or destroyed more than a million structures.

Goldman Sachs estimates put the storm damage around $10 billion, that's billion with a B.

Insurance companies will likely be liable for about half of that total.

Tonya J. Powers, FOX News.

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