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Neighbors pull together to help after Hurricane Matthew | Horry’s Angels

Hurricane Matthew ripped through the Carolinas in October, and Jim Martin couldn’t help but cringe as the 80-foot white oak, which was a selling point for the Martins who bought the home 30 years ago, came tumbling down on their one-story home. “As soon as the tree fell, after I recovered from the shock, I get on the phone and figured I better call Allstate,” Martin said. “Within just a few minutes, our neighbor Richard Paugh was at the front door with his chainsaw getting ready to go up on the roof to help. The wind was still blowing 70 mph gusts and raining.

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