Edisto Beach’s chief of police, George Brothers, and Mayor Jane Darby survey the damage done to homes along Palmetto Boulevard after Hurricane Matthew slammed into their coastal South Carolina community Oct., 8, 2016.
Edisto Beach’s chief of police, George Brothers, and Mayor Jane Darby survey the damage done to homes along Palmetto Boulevard after Hurricane Matthew slammed into their coastal South Carolina community Oct., 8, 2016. Mic Smith AP file photo
Edisto Beach’s chief of police, George Brothers, and Mayor Jane Darby survey the damage done to homes along Palmetto Boulevard after Hurricane Matthew slammed into their coastal South Carolina community Oct., 8, 2016. Mic Smith AP file photo

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