Security checkpoints manned by Horry County police will dot the Waccamaw and Little Pee Dee Rivers, according to a news release from the county.
The locations will be the following:
- Bucksville Landing--Landing Rd. Conway, SC
- Cox Ferry Rd.- Conway, SC
- Dead Ridge Road
- Drowning Creek Drive
- Ed Smith Ave.-Myrtle Beach, SC
- Folly Rd.-Myrtle Beach, SC
- Grey Oaks Rd.-Conway SC
- Highway 76 at Sand Plant Road
- Highway 76 at Howard Road
- Huggins Landing Road
- Hughes Landing
- Jackson Bluff Rd.-Conway, SC
- Lees Landing Rd. (north end)-Conway SC
- Lees Landing Rd.-Conway SC
- Luck Road (end)
- Old Camp Road
- Pee Dee road near Floyd Page Road
- Pitch Landing Rd.-Conway, SC
- Riverside Dr.-Conway, SC
- River Rd.--Myrtle Beach SC
- Rosewood Dr.-Myrtle Beach, SC
- Savannah Bluff--Waccamaw Dr.-Conway, SC
- Shady Grove
- Smith Blvd.- Myrtle Beach, SC
The Waccamaw River could rise up to 17 feet by the weekend, according to river forecasts, and impacts along the water will include additional road closures. There are 116 road closures currently, mainly because of flooding.
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The S.C. Department of Natural Resources will continue boat patrols along the storm-swollen rivers.
As of 5 p.m. Tuesday, initial damage assessments showed in unincorporated Horry County showed damage to 586 structures, most of which are residential properties.
The structures suffered minor damage, estimated at $17.6 million, according to a news release. About 85- 90 percent of the county has been surveyed with the only unvisited areas being northern regions, which will be assessed today, officials said.
A burn ban for the county has been lifted, but Horry County Fire Rescue highly discourages any burning at least through the weekend.
These structures sustained minor damage, which is estimated at $17.6 million. Approximately 85-90% of the county has been assessed, the only remaining portions are the northern area which will be done today and the flooded areas which will be done as soon as it is safe to do so.
Help and Recovery Efforts Include:
Impact Ministries for homeowners with trees on their homes and/or water/mud in their homes. For more information, call them at 843-915-5908 or visit them online at http://www.goimpactmb.org/disasterrelief
- 2-1-1 One-stop resource for finding assistance. This resource run by the United Way of Horry County is available 24/7 by calling 211, 1-866-892-9211 or by visiting them online at http://www.sc211.org/.
- Catholic Charities 1-855-377-1357
- Salvation Army 843-488-2769
- For additional needs/concerns, call Horry County Emergency Management 843-915-5150