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    Over 355,000 people had been evacuated from coastal areas in South Carolina due to Hurricane Matthew by Friday afternoon. The Sun News talked to several residents at a temporary shelter at Ocean Bay Middle School set up by American Red Cross in Myrtle Beach. Here are their thoughts about being evacuated, fears for what may happen after the hurricane, and their experience at the shelter.

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