Residents wait on Pitch Landing road to learn about the damage to their properties. The Pitch Landing area of Conway continues to submerge with residents only able to access their homes with small boats.
Residents wait on Pitch Landing road to learn about the damage to their properties. The Pitch Landing area of Conway continues to submerge with residents only able to access their homes with small boats. JASON LEE jlee@thesunnews.com
Residents wait on Pitch Landing road to learn about the damage to their properties. The Pitch Landing area of Conway continues to submerge with residents only able to access their homes with small boats. JASON LEE jlee@thesunnews.com

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