Though Hurricane Matthew has gone out to sea, the effects of it continue to endanger communities with record floods up and down the east coast of North Carolina.

Mike Lord, president/CEO of the $33.7 billion SECU in Raleigh, N.C., said Oct. 10 that of the credit union's 257 branches, 19 were impacted by Hurricane Matthew. On Oct. 9, more than 50 branches had no power.

Even though seven branches had no power, employees were managing to serve members. Twelve branches, however, were closed because of flood problems.

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