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News September 29, 2016 posted by

One year after the flood

It’s been one year since devastating floodwaters ravaged much of South Carolina, claiming 19 lives, breaching dams, closing roadways and displacing thousands of families. The United Methodist Church has been there through it all, but a year later, much work remains. Advocate Editor Jessica Brodie has the story here.

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One year after the flood
News November 28, 2015 posted by

S.C. ERT responds to ‘1,000-year’ South Carolina flood

By Billy Robinson. On Friday morning, Oct. 2, as rain began, I was still filling sandbags and placing them at every door around my home in North, as only two years prior our home flooded from what they called a “100-year flood” for our area. Since then, the Department of Transportation had cleaned out some main drainage pipes that were halfway filled with dirt and roots. We hoped that would help immensely, but with the dreaded forecast for unprecedented flooding all across South Carolina, I continued to sandbag my home.

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S.C. ERT responds to ‘1,000-year’ South Carolina flood

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