North Carolina Beach House Collapses Into The Ocean

On Tuesday, May 10, an unoccupied beach house on the North Carolina Outer Banks was videotaped sinking into the sea due to extreme coastal flooding.

The fall occurred on Ocean Drive in Rodanthe, according to the Cape Hatteras National Seashore National Park, which encouraged people to stay away from the beach.

Until Thursday morning, the National Weather Service has issued a coastal flood warning and a high surf advisory for the area.

Two To Four Feet Of Inundation Could Be Possible For Beach-adjacent Properties And Roadways.

Two To Four Feet Of Inundation Could Be Possible For Beach-adjacent Properties And Roadways.

The debris from the first collapsed house had spread far and wide. Officials from the National Park Service's Cape Hatteras National Seashore

According to the park service, they will work closely with the homeowner to coordinate cleanup efforts.

This is the third time a house has been swept away by the waves this year.

In February, a house in Rodanthe collapsed, scattering debris across miles of beaches before the homeowner and volunteers were able to clear up the most of it.

The coast of North Carolina is almost entirely made up of low-lying barrier islands. Hatteras Island is located on the Outer Banks of North Carolina.

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