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Workers secure plywood to business exteriors ahead of Hurricane Florence in Wilmington, North Carolina, U.S., on Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018. Photographer: Charles Mostoller/Bloomberg

North Carolina’s largest credit union, the $38 billion State Employees CU, has closed 27 branches, ahead of Hurricane Florence that is barreling toward the Tar Heel state.

“We are working to help ensure business continuity but are also concerned about the safety of our employees,” Leigh Brady, SECU’s executive vice president of organizational development, said. “Our critical incident response team has been meeting and planning accordingly and will continue to do so.”

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