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  • One year after deadly SC flooding, see how the dams failed across the Midlands

    Historic rainfall across the Midlands in October 2015 caused dam failures and massive flooding in many parts of Richland and Lexington counties. The State newspaper recreates the major catastrophes that struck the Columbia area, which resulted in nine deaths and hundreds of millions in financial losses.

Historic rainfall across the Midlands in October 2015 caused dam failures and massive flooding in many parts of Richland and Lexington counties. The State newspaper recreates the major catastrophes that struck the Columbia area, which resulted in nine deaths and hundreds of millions in financial losses. Patrick Gleason/McClatchy
Historic rainfall across the Midlands in October 2015 caused dam failures and massive flooding in many parts of Richland and Lexington counties. The State newspaper recreates the major catastrophes that struck the Columbia area, which resulted in nine deaths and hundreds of millions in financial losses. Patrick Gleason/McClatchy

Shaky dams continue to cost state money; DHEC seeks $5 million more in next year’s budget

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