Sgt. Kortni Mykytka lashes down a radio antennae on top of a National Guard truck Wednesday before she and about 40 other soldiers left Rock Hill’s armory for flooded areas near Columbia and Charleston.
Sgt. Kortni Mykytka lashes down a radio antennae on top of a National Guard truck Wednesday before she and about 40 other soldiers left Rock Hill’s armory for flooded areas near Columbia and Charleston. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
Sgt. Kortni Mykytka lashes down a radio antennae on top of a National Guard truck Wednesday before she and about 40 other soldiers left Rock Hill’s armory for flooded areas near Columbia and Charleston. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com

The creek did rise, and York and Chester counties forded it with supplies, help and love

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