Frank Oliver enters the Wildlife Action center to turn off the power in the Fork Retch Community October 11, 2016. Hurricane Matthew left homes beneath 17 feet of water in the Pee Dee region, particularly in the towns of Mullins and Nichols.
Frank Oliver enters the Wildlife Action center to turn off the power in the Fork Retch Community October 11, 2016. Hurricane Matthew left homes beneath 17 feet of water in the Pee Dee region, particularly in the towns of Mullins and Nichols. FILE PHOTO - THE STATE
Frank Oliver enters the Wildlife Action center to turn off the power in the Fork Retch Community October 11, 2016. Hurricane Matthew left homes beneath 17 feet of water in the Pee Dee region, particularly in the towns of Mullins and Nichols. FILE PHOTO - THE STATE

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