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Lara Trump shares photos of the devastating Florence floods in North Carolina

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Florence hits home for Coast Guard members in North Carolina

Under Coast Guard members of the military “hardness” and seemingly invincible spirits are just Carolinians, to witness their house is the growing destruction of water.

Lara Trump shared photos of the devastating floods that were caused by Hurricane Florence with her grandmother and her childhood church in North Carolina, urging its social media followers to hold in the storm of the victims in their thoughts.

“The house in the background is my grandmother’s house, the place of my mother is always at home in Ivanhoe, NC and the church, which I have tried to be with her as long as I can remember,” Trump, who is married to the President Trump’s son, Eric, subtitled a Tuesday Instagram post.

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A post shared by Lara Trump (@laraleatrump) on Sep 18, 2018 at 7:10 PDT

She added: “People are not to talk about the hurricane more, so it is easy to of your mind, but, destruction is still going on in #NC…de hearts of the people are still the break of seeing their homes destroyed…people and animals are still being rescued…some people are still losing their lives. Don’t Stop praying — my home state still needs you.”

HURRICANE FLORENCE HAS BEEN KILLED IN ANY CASE, MORE THAN 3 MILLION CHICKENS AND TURKEYS, AND 6 MILLION MORE AT RISK, TOP PRODUCER SAYS

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A post shared by Lara Trump (@laraleatrump) on Sep 16, 2018 at 4:17pm PDT

President Trump ‘ s daughter-in-law has already spoken out about Florence and the destruction of the in the state. Lara Trump, who was born and raised in Wrightsville Beach, urged North Carolina residents to prepare for the worst in advance of the Hurricane Florence arrive.

“I was born and raised in #WrightsvilleBeach #NC – to have lived through many hurricanes,I know that the beach communities can get complacent and not storms seriously.Please, everyone in my home state,to PREPARE.This storm is SERIOUS.Remember, when you go, your pets. #GodBlessNC,” she tweeted.

I was born and raised in #WrightsvilleBeach #NC – to have lived through many hurricanes,I know that the beach communities can get complacent and not storms seriously.Please, everyone in my home state,to PREPARE.This storm is SERIOUS.Remember, when you go, your pets. #GodBlessNC pic.twitter.com/yi5dmFWGcA

— Lara Trump (@LaraLeaTrump) September 12, 2018

Florence wreaked havoc in the Carolinas and produced record-breaking rainfall totals. At least 37 people have died in the three member states with 27 deaths in North Carolina.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Katherine Lam is a breaking and trending news digital producer for Fox News. Follow her on Twitter via @bykatherinelam

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