This undated photo provided by Taylor Pringle shows her brother, Sampson Antwan Pringle. Pringle stood on the roof of his truck in Columbia as a flash flood surrounded him earlier this month. His body was found more than a day later in a yard. Most of the people killed in the South Carolina flood, were in their cars, caught off guard by rising water.
This undated photo provided by Taylor Pringle shows her brother, Sampson Antwan Pringle. Pringle stood on the roof of his truck in Columbia as a flash flood surrounded him earlier this month. His body was found more than a day later in a yard. Most of the people killed in the South Carolina flood, were in their cars, caught off guard by rising water. Taylor Pringle The Associated Press
This undated photo provided by Taylor Pringle shows her brother, Sampson Antwan Pringle. Pringle stood on the roof of his truck in Columbia as a flash flood surrounded him earlier this month. His body was found more than a day later in a yard. Most of the people killed in the South Carolina flood, were in their cars, caught off guard by rising water. Taylor Pringle The Associated Press

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