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  • S.C. woman after flood: 'I really don't even want to come back'

    Clelia Turbeville, a babysitter who works from home, on Wednesday returned to her flooded Socastee house for the third time since the flood to grab a few things for her mother. Turbeville doesn't have flood insurance, and she's not sure how she feels about the loss. "You know what, I really don’t even know," she said. "It really hasn’t hit me yet."

Clelia Turbeville, a babysitter who works from home, on Wednesday returned to her flooded Socastee house for the third time since the flood to grab a few things for her mother. Turbeville doesn't have flood insurance, and she's not sure how she feels about the loss. "You know what, I really don’t even know," she said. "It really hasn’t hit me yet." Brittany Peterson bpeterson@mcclatchy.com
Clelia Turbeville, a babysitter who works from home, on Wednesday returned to her flooded Socastee house for the third time since the flood to grab a few things for her mother. Turbeville doesn't have flood insurance, and she's not sure how she feels about the loss. "You know what, I really don’t even know," she said. "It really hasn’t hit me yet." Brittany Peterson bpeterson@mcclatchy.com

Flooded Socastee resident: ‘I’m afraid it’s gonna happen again’

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