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S.C. Flood: Thursday Update

By Tabitha Safdi

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As nearly 300 state, federal and voluntary partners cooperate to aid South Carolina’s citizens, the scope of the flooding and its impact are coming into sharp focus.  

 

As of Wednesday night, residents of 16 counties (Berkeley, Charleston, Clarendon, Dorchester, Georgetown, Horry, Lexington, Orangeburg, Richland, Sumter, Williamsburg, Calhoun, Darlington, Florence, Kershaw and Lee) are eligible for Individual Assistance from federal authorities.

 

S.C. Flood: Applying for Federal Assistance

By Tabitha Safdi

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Federal Assistance can include grants for temporary housing and home repairs, low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses, and other programs to help individuals and business owners recover from the effects of the flooding.

Useful Resources for Dealing with the #scFloods

By Tabitha Safdi

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The Governor is urging all South Carolinians to stay off the road. Many highways and roads have been closed due to flooding and damage.

According to the Gov. Haley in a recent press conference "this storm is not over yet." Catastrophic flash flooding to continue into Monday. Tropical moisture combined with a stalled front along the coast will continue to produce widespread and record-setting heavy rains through Monday.

Flooding Across the Palmetto State

By Tabitha Safdi

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Catastrophic flash flooding to continue into Monday. Tropical moisture combined with a stalled front along the coast will continue to produce widespread and record-setting heavy rains through Monday.

Here's what many are saying across South Carolina on social media.

Flash Flood Warnings Continue Statewide

By Tabitha Safdi

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Significant rainfall has continued across South Carolina throughout the night and forecasters expect severe weather conditions for the next several days. The South Carolina Emergency Operations Center is fully activated at Operating Condition 3 by state agencies of the State Emergency Response Team for the duration of the incident.

As of 9:20 a.m. Saturday, October 3, 2015:

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