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    People flocked to the Springmaid Pier Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, to say goodbye to a beloved landmark they hoped would soon be restored. The 1,060-foot-long pier - the longest to stretch out into the Atlantic Ocean from Myrtle Beach - was demolished by the crushing surf churned up by Hurricane Matthew. Fans of the pier helped in its cleanup Sunday by taking its remains home as treasured keepsakes.

People flocked to the Springmaid Pier Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, to say goodbye to a beloved landmark they hoped would soon be restored. The 1,060-foot-long pier - the longest to stretch out into the Atlantic Ocean from Myrtle Beach - was demolished by the crushing surf churned up by Hurricane Matthew. Fans of the pier helped in its cleanup Sunday by taking its remains home as treasured keepsakes. Josh Bell jbell@thesunnews.com
People flocked to the Springmaid Pier Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, to say goodbye to a beloved landmark they hoped would soon be restored. The 1,060-foot-long pier - the longest to stretch out into the Atlantic Ocean from Myrtle Beach - was demolished by the crushing surf churned up by Hurricane Matthew. Fans of the pier helped in its cleanup Sunday by taking its remains home as treasured keepsakes. Josh Bell jbell@thesunnews.com

Those who loved Springmaid Pier now want a piece of it

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UPDATED October 09, 2016 07:04 PM

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