Recovery from Hurricane Matthew begins outside Masala Myrtle Beach where the storm’s blustery winds ripped off an awning and toppled a roof ledge to the ground below. But no damage was sustained inside the Indian restaurant.
Recovery from Hurricane Matthew begins outside Masala Myrtle Beach where the storm’s blustery winds ripped off an awning and toppled a roof ledge to the ground below. But no damage was sustained inside the Indian restaurant. Josh Bell jbell@thesunnews.com
Recovery from Hurricane Matthew begins outside Masala Myrtle Beach where the storm’s blustery winds ripped off an awning and toppled a roof ledge to the ground below. But no damage was sustained inside the Indian restaurant. Josh Bell jbell@thesunnews.com

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