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  • 'Are you kidding me? Don't be like Johnny and Sue:' SC Solar eclipse safety tips for dummies

    The long awaited solar eclipse is fast approaching, and the South Carolina Emergency Management Division and Trooper Bob want you to be prepared. The state is expecting more than one million visitors around August 21, according to SCEMD. The division filmed this comical public safety announcement to remind people, "Don't be like Johnny and Sue... have a plan to enjoy the view!"

The long awaited solar eclipse is fast approaching, and the South Carolina Emergency Management Division and Trooper Bob want you to be prepared. The state is expecting more than one million visitors around August 21, according to SCEMD. The division filmed this comical public safety announcement to remind people, "Don't be like Johnny and Sue... have a plan to enjoy the view!" South Carolina Emergency Management Division
The long awaited solar eclipse is fast approaching, and the South Carolina Emergency Management Division and Trooper Bob want you to be prepared. The state is expecting more than one million visitors around August 21, according to SCEMD. The division filmed this comical public safety announcement to remind people, "Don't be like Johnny and Sue... have a plan to enjoy the view!" South Carolina Emergency Management Division

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