North Carolina government reports third death related to Dorian

EMERALD ISLE, NC - SEPTEMBER 6 - A man exits a mobile home amid damage from a tornado associated with Hurricane Dorian is seen at the Boardwalk RV Park the day after Hurricane Dorian passed through the area on Friday, September 6, 2019 in Emerald Isl

North Carolina government is reporting another storm-related death related to Hurricane Dorian - bringing the number to three.

In a report relayed through Gov. Roy Cooper, the State Medical Examiner's Office said that an unidentified 54-year-old man died Saturday from injuries sustained in a chain saw accident as he tried to remove a tree in New Hanover County.

Other deaths included a Pamlico County man who collapsed Friday and a Columbus County man who fell from a ladder while preparing for the storm a week ago.

The recovery from Dorian continued Monday, with an ongoing focus upon Ocracoke Island. There were roughly 2,500 power outages late Monday at the coast.

Cooper participated in a storm briefing with President Trump as he visited eastern North Carolina on Monday.