Little Pee Dee River begins to rise from Hurricane Florence as heavy rainfall in North Carolina flows down river to South Carolina.
Elizabeth Walker and her husband, Bill, move furniture out of their home before flood waters reach their home on Fork Retch Road. The Walkers lost everything during Hurricane Matthew and recently finished repairing damages from the storm.
Maura Walbourne looks back at her roommates as they leave their home in Conway's Sherwood neighborhood. The neighborhood has begun to flood after heavy rainfall from Hurricane Florence.
Crabtree Swamp begins to flood the neighborhood surrounding Trinity United Methodist Church. Residents worry more flooding will come from down river after heavy rainfall.
South Carolina National Guardsman Pfc. Williams waits for a resident to pack their belongings to escort them to safety. Pfc. Williams began his patrol in the morning as evacuations begin in South Carolina’s Horry County.
B.B. Burroughs, a Keyfields resident, stacks furniture onto a mattress in his home to avoid damage from rising water coming from the Waccamaw River.
Ronnie Alston, a Bucksport resident, looks down the road from his front porch. Alston’s home avoided being hit by flood waters during Hurricane Matthew but he worries this time will be different.
A barricade is set up to alert drivers about flooded roads.
Frank Oliver steers his boat along Grice's Ferry Court as he returns from the Fork Retch Community with Randy Bryant. Oliver runs a wildlife nonprofit conservation camp along Fork Retch Road but will be forced to rebuild after damages from the Little Pee Dee River.
The Little Pee Dee River slowly rises over a home in the Fork Retch community. Residents face historic flooding for the second time in two years.
The Conway Riverwalk slowly floods from the Waccamaw River as it inches closer to Conway’s downtown district. The river is rising to a historic level after heavy rainfall during Hurricane Florence landing in North Carolina travels south.
Conway spokesperson Taylor Newell measures the height of water along Long Avenue in Conway. Conway officials and resources have been stretched while attempting to prepare for flooding.
Santee Cooper builds an inflatable dam to keep toxic coal ash from entering the Waccamaw River and Conway community. Officials are worried about pollutants endangering the lives of residents.
Atley Alford holds onto her stuffed animal as she watches David Miller help Kevin Tovornik move furniture out of his home before water from the Crabtree Swamp arrives. Tovornik has been living in Conway’s Sherwood neighborhood for 20 years but has never seen flooding this bad.