HIDDENITE, N.C. (WTVD) -- Four bodies have been recovered and two people are still missing after floodwaters rose overnight at an Alexander County campsite.
Alexander County officials confirmed at 4 p.m. that four bodies had been found so far. One adult and one child are still missing.
The campsite is called Hiddenite Family Campground. It is a family-owned campground located along the Yadkin River.
Waters near the campground rose when Alexander County experienced major flooding with approximately 7 to 10 inches of rain overnight.
About 50 roadways across the county were compromised, with four bridges washed out.
As of 2 p.m., officials said the doors to the campers could not be opened due to high water. Emergency personnel are continuing the search for the missing.
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One of the three deaths confirmed was related to a car accident on Hopewell Church Road in the Vashti community that occurred due to a bridge outage and high water. The driver was pronounced dead at the scene.
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