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  • Lack of regulation on Pine Tree Lake dam concerns flood victims

    Melissa Stang lived near the foot of the Pine Tree Lake dam. During the first day of the flood, the Pine Tree Lake dam was one of several dams in the Gills Creek watershed that breached. She was trapped in an upper floor of her home and water flooding into her home destroyed most of her belongings.

Melissa Stang lived near the foot of the Pine Tree Lake dam. During the first day of the flood, the Pine Tree Lake dam was one of several dams in the Gills Creek watershed that breached. She was trapped in an upper floor of her home and water flooding into her home destroyed most of her belongings.
Melissa Stang lived near the foot of the Pine Tree Lake dam. During the first day of the flood, the Pine Tree Lake dam was one of several dams in the Gills Creek watershed that breached. She was trapped in an upper floor of her home and water flooding into her home destroyed most of her belongings.

Thousands of dams avoid state inspections in South Carolina

October 24, 2015 1:12 PM