Russell Heath has been living on the streets in various towns for years, he said in Myrtle Beach’s Nance Plaza on Thursday. As folks prepare for Hurricane Matthew, Heath said he’ll be fine. If the wind and rain become too much to handle, he said he has plans to call a friend who has offered a place to stay.
Russell Heath has been living on the streets in various towns for years, he said in Myrtle Beach’s Nance Plaza on Thursday. As folks prepare for Hurricane Matthew, Heath said he’ll be fine. If the wind and rain become too much to handle, he said he has plans to call a friend who has offered a place to stay. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
Russell Heath has been living on the streets in various towns for years, he said in Myrtle Beach’s Nance Plaza on Thursday. As folks prepare for Hurricane Matthew, Heath said he’ll be fine. If the wind and rain become too much to handle, he said he has plans to call a friend who has offered a place to stay. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

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