Florence is now a tropical depression, but as it hovers over the Carolinas flooding is becoming worse in many areas. The storm is now blamed on at least 18 deaths. The Charlotte Observer shares the heartbreaking details of the latest victim:

Rescue workers in Union County on Monday found the body of a 1-year-old boy who was swept away in floodwaters on Sunday, adding to Tropical Storm Florence’s death toll.

The Union County Sheriff’s Office said shortly after 10 a.m. that the boy’s body had been recovered. Investigators said his mother drove around barricades on N.C. 218 and the car was floated off the road by a nearby flooded creek.

The North Carolina Department of Transportation is still telling people to avoid flooded roads warning, “We cannot emphasize this enough: Do not drive through standing or moving water, even if it doesn’t appear deep.”

CNN shared drone footage (watch above) that shows some of the flooding on I-95 near Lumberton, NC where record breaking flooding has been recorded.

Hundreds of rescues have been carried out as people become trapped by flood waters. Here are some of the ones that were caught on camera.