North Carolina is reporting another death caused by Hurricane Florence and its remnants.

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper’s office says a 67-year-old man died while cleaning up storm debris in Craven County, and the state medical examiner’s office determined that the death was storm-related.

State Emergency Management spokesman Keith Acree says the man died after falling and fracturing his neck while cleaning up on Sept. 18, days after the storm made landfall. The state has still been dealing with the storm’s after-effects including fallen trees, debris and floodwaters.

The man’s name wasn’t immediately released.

Cooper said the death is the 36th storm fatality for the state.

Across multiple states, at least 47 deaths have been attributed to the storm.

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