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'This Is So Scary!' Jenelle Evans Is Unable To Reach Mom Barbara's Home After Hurricane Florence

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Dec. 25 2018, Updated 1:16 p.m. ET

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Jenelle Evans is picking up the pieces following the tragic hurricane that hit North Carolina. The Teen Mom 2 star has been keeping fans updated on the current condition of nearby towns and her mother, Barbara's town as well.

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"Trying to navigate my mom back home right now is almost impossible. Roads are flooded everywhere," the mother-of-three tweeted.

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Adding, "People are stuck in their towns needing diapers, formula, food, water, etc. I can’t even help because I can’t get to them and our stores are dry of everything! This is so scary!"

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A few days ago Jenelle begged fans to pray for her mother's house after major flooding occured. "Please pray for my mom’s house and everyone else in NC and SC. A dam to a lake just broke in her area and there is major flooding. Not to mention tornados everywhere and wild snakes in the water. ? #HurricaneFlorence," she tweeted.

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Adding, "My mom’s town is washing out slowly. Boiling Springs, Bolivia, and people in Winnabow I hope everyone is ok. Hang in there! Going on day 3 with no power in most areas, including mine. I feel so bad for my mom and her home. Prayers please! ☹️?? #HurricaneFlorence #PrayForNC."

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Before the hurricane hit, Jenelle received a lot of backlash after revealing that she does not plan on evacuating with her three children.

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