Elijah Weaver kneels at his cot to color in a donated coloring book with donated crayons at the Red Cross shelter in Horry County’s Bucksport community on Thursday. Four generations of Weavers are staying at the shelter after the family home off Ole Bellamy Drive was flooded.
Elijah Weaver kneels at his cot to color in a donated coloring book with donated crayons at the Red Cross shelter in Horry County’s Bucksport community on Thursday. Four generations of Weavers are staying at the shelter after the family home off Ole Bellamy Drive was flooded. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com
Elijah Weaver kneels at his cot to color in a donated coloring book with donated crayons at the Red Cross shelter in Horry County’s Bucksport community on Thursday. Four generations of Weavers are staying at the shelter after the family home off Ole Bellamy Drive was flooded. Janet Blackmon Morgan jblackmon@thesunnews.com

Four generations of Bucksport family displaced by flood

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