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Video captures the dramatic rescues of hundreds as deadly rains wash away homes, roads and cars in North and South Carolina. Thousands are without power, schools have been shut down, and officials are warning residents not to go outdoors and to boil their water. TODAY’s Al Roker and NBC correspondent Kerry Sanders report from Columbia, South Carolina.