Shark sightings common along Myrtle Beach, Garden City beaches this summer
Sharks have become a common sight along Myrtle Beach and Garden City beaches during summer 2018. The sharks are often spotted swimming around the piers, but they've also been showing up in the surf — prompting beachgoers out of the water.
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These before and after images of Conway and Georgetown, SC taken by the USGS' Landsat 8, shows the extent of the flooding from Hurricane Florence on September 26 when the Waccamaw River peaked at just over 21 feet. (No audio)
Dead fish are showing up on roads across northeastern S.C. as the floodwaters from Tropical Storm Florence recede. Horry County police warn residents not to touch these fish — and to contact the Department of Natural Resources for proper disposal.
The Horry County Police Department and the Humane Society of the United States teamed up on Tuesday, Sept. 25, to rescue animals stranded in Socastee, S.C. The team rescued three cows, a turkey, and a guineafowl from the floodwaters.
On September 24, 2018, R=residents of Forestbrook, Myrtle Beach, respond to a code red warning to evacuate due to the probability of catastrophic flooding. Some residents are deciding to stay while others are staying at hotels and with friends.
Roads and bridges across North Carolinas and South Carolina suffered major damage when Florence hit the region in September 2018. Now, much-needed repairs could take months and tens of millions of dollars.
On September 21, 2018, Roberto Barriento Morales, a business owner on Socastee Boulevard in Myrtle Beach calls on the Latino community to act and not to ignore warnings from government officials when told to evacuate.
Rodney Hyman's home was badly damaged by flooding from Hurricane Matthew in 2016. This time around, he decided to use his construction skills to build an eight foot wall of dirt around his home to protect it from Hurricane Florence flooding.
Audrey and Robert Ambose fled the rising floodwaters of Hurricane Matthew in 2016. This time, they've spend the week preparing for Hurricane Florence's floodwaters and are prepared for whatever they may bring.
Waters rising on the Waccamaw River at Chris Anderson boat landing in Longs as Florence lingers. The Waccamaw around Conway is forecast to rise to a minor flood stage early Sunday, and could be close to a record flood stage of 17.1 feet by midweek.
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