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A damaged building is seen as Governor Roy Cooper declared a State of Emergency in Haywood County after the heavy rainfall from Tropical Depression Fred devastated the area putting businesses under six feet of water and mud and destroying a campground while several residents are dead or missing in Canton, N.C., on August 19, 2021. (Peter Zay/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)

Seven people are still missing after the severe weather from what was once Tropical Storm Fred brought extreme flooding to Haywood County, North Carolina.

More than 200 people are searching for the missing, which was nearly three dozen earlier in the week. Two people have been confirmed dead.

(MORE: Search for Missing in North Carolina Fred Flooding Stretches into Third Day)

Photos show mobile homes tossed and smashed in a campground after Tuesday’s flood, as well as destroyed buildings.

Fred dumped up to 10 inches in the area. The worst flooding was seen in Canton and Cruso, North Carolina.

Click through the slideshow above to see images of the storm’s damage.

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