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Town of Kill Devil Hills temporarily suspends beach driving

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The Town of Kill Devil Hills has suspended beach driving as of 5 p.m. on Thursday, March 18. The suspension is in place until further notice due to pending weather and marine conditions.

“A strong cold front is forecast to cross our area of the Outer Banks that is expected to bring severe weather to Kill Devil Hills later today, including ocean over-wash, coastal flooding, beach erosion and hazardous marine conditions,” stated the town’s Thursday afternoon announcement “Thunderstorms, isolated tornadoes, damaging winds and large

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