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  • SC brothers watch floodwaters encroach on family memories

    More than a week after Hurricane Matthew first hit the area, floodwaters continue to rise in some parts of South Carolina, encroaching further into homes in the Rosewood Drive neighborhood near Socastee Landing. Brian and Michael Rogers try to salvage items a few memories, moving items from their parents’ garage to the back porch.

More than a week after Hurricane Matthew first hit the area, floodwaters continue to rise in some parts of South Carolina, encroaching further into homes in the Rosewood Drive neighborhood near Socastee Landing. Brian and Michael Rogers try to salvage items a few memories, moving items from their parents’ garage to the back porch. Brittany Peterson and Emily Weaver / The Sun News
More than a week after Hurricane Matthew first hit the area, floodwaters continue to rise in some parts of South Carolina, encroaching further into homes in the Rosewood Drive neighborhood near Socastee Landing. Brian and Michael Rogers try to salvage items a few memories, moving items from their parents’ garage to the back porch. Brittany Peterson and Emily Weaver / The Sun News

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