GEORGETOWN, S. C. --
12 days after one.
Strong Hurricane Florence arrived on the coast of Carolina, more than a week after the hurricane blew north and dissipated, the rivers flooded by the storm's relentless rain are still drowning families and businesses on the way to the sea. The slow-
The disaster of movement allows forecasters to determine exactly who will flood.
Few rescue or surprises in South Carolina-
It's just black, and the water of reeree slowly penetrates in and slowly retreats.
A week ago, firefighters from Conway, South Carolina, came to the neighborhood and told the surprised residents that their houses would flood from Florence ---
Even though they never had water before.
On Monday and Tuesday, the same firefighters checked the map in the same community, detailing nearly 1,000 homes that could be flooded.
"It's kind of like what we predicted," said Conway Fire Chief Le Hendrick . ".
More mothers in Hurricane Florence 1-year-
The old son, who died in Hurricane Florence, shot on behalf of driving a van into the flood and killed two women, meaning a hurricane rating, after Hurricane Florence hit on Tuesday, A dog floated for a week in a flooded home and was rescued, CBS affiliate WBTW-some families surrounded by 6 feet of the floodTV reported.
"These are great people who have lost almost everything," Bob Joncas said . " His home is near Conway.
The Waccamaw River flows 23,000 kilometers through the city, flooding 11 feet kilometers, and is expected to reach its peak at 21 on Wednesday. 7 feet.
On Friday, it topped a record high of 17.
On 2016, Hurricane Matthew hit 9 feet people.
The waterway is not expected to drop below 18 feet until sometime next week.
All the water went to Georgetown, where five different rivers reached the sea.
Officials there say the worst flooding will begin on Wednesday and last until Thursday, leaving most likely only one highway to the city.
Florence is paralyzed with electricity and coal.
Solar and wind came back the next dayyear-
The little girl named Florence was inspired by helping the victims of Hurricane Florence, and if it's not bad enough, more weather is forming along the coast during the hurricane season, with two months left.
The National Hurricane Center forecasters observed a low pressure zone about 200 miles south of Cape hatras, North Carolina, saying it could become a tropical low before moving fast North
Although this may bring extra rain to Florence
The city of Wilmington has been hit hard and it is not expected to be of sufficient importance to aggravate the flood.
Reed Hawkins, a meteorologist at Wilmington's National Weather Service, said: "It should not have too much impact on the river . ".
People sailed in the flood caused by Hurricane Florence, near the wakamu River.
2018, in Conway, S. C.
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State-owned utilities are still monitoring two pieces of coal carefully.
Ash pool near Conway.
Santee Cooper officials say the floods on the Waccamaw River have entered a pond, but most of the ash has been cleared in the early cleanup project.
The river is likely to flood the second pond soon, but utilities have promised to take steps to reduce the impact on the environment, such as installing silt fences and floating environmental enclosure boom.
Not far from the ash pool, engineers are watching the United States closely. S.
Highway 501, the main access to Myrtle Beach.
Water is now in contact with a temporary sand and plastic barrier built to prevent water from flowing out of the bridge.
According to the state Department of Transport, the temporary wall known as the lifeline will remain valid if the water rises from its current level by no more than 5 feet.
In North Carolina, after the storm is still being dealt
The restoration process, including the fallen trees, debris and floods, has just begun.
On Tuesday, the state reported another death from Hurricane Florence and its aftermath.
Governor of North Carolina
Roy Cooper's office saidyear-
The old man died while clearing the wreckage of the storm in Craven County, and the state forensic office determined that the death was a storm-related.
National Emergency Management spokesman Keith Acree said the man's name was not immediately released and died after he fell and broke his neck while cleaning up a few days after the storm landed on September 18.
Cooper said the death was 36 storms in the state.
Florence has killed at least 47 people in several states.
A duck slaps its wings in front of a house flooded by Hurricane Florence.
2018, in Conway, S. C.