Stanley Tryskuc stands in front of his water damaged home in Longs. The 74-year-old retired Navy veteran's home is one of more than 100 still damaged in Horry County after a one-two punch of torrential rain and wind led to a state of emergency last October. Tryskuc said a church group helped wrap his home in plastic tarps after the walls began disintegrating under the heavy rains, but that he has received no further assistance and that FEMA has refused to help. Sept. 29, 2016
Stanley Tryskuc stands in front of his water damaged home in Longs. The 74-year-old retired Navy veteran's home is one of more than 100 still damaged in Horry County after a one-two punch of torrential rain and wind led to a state of emergency last October. Tryskuc said a church group helped wrap his home in plastic tarps after the walls began disintegrating under the heavy rains, but that he has received no further assistance and that FEMA has refused to help. Sept. 29, 2016 JASON LEE jlee@thesunnews.com
Stanley Tryskuc stands in front of his water damaged home in Longs. The 74-year-old retired Navy veteran's home is one of more than 100 still damaged in Horry County after a one-two punch of torrential rain and wind led to a state of emergency last October. Tryskuc said a church group helped wrap his home in plastic tarps after the walls began disintegrating under the heavy rains, but that he has received no further assistance and that FEMA has refused to help. Sept. 29, 2016 JASON LEE jlee@thesunnews.com

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