roads closed for more than 7 days in February/March 2021
Hear the voices of flood survivors from Horry County, South Carolina on what frequent floods took from them and take action.
Socastee neighborhood was flooded over 15 days and cars couldn’t leave.
I'm supposed to be in an ankle cast right now because I just recently had ankle surgery. Can't wear it, because I have to wear wading boots.
Half the people back there don't have sewer.
- Russ Barfield, Socastee Resident
Streamer Trace Neighborhood was flooded for 20 days and people had to paddle kayaks to their vehicles parked one mile away just to get groceries.
There's all the neighborhood cars, I'm sure you saw when you came in. So, that's just ripe for someone thinking about robbing a car, because there's no one watching it and there's no way we can watch our vehicles.
- Emily Heeren & Donna Nelson, Streamer Trace Residents
This video shows Pitch Landing resident Whitney Hall taking a Jon boat down her street!
We don't have any hot water.
We don't have any cable, we don't have any Wi Fi.
Can't take the dogs out.
- Whitney Hall, Pitch Landing resident