USC students Sarah Gibbs, Elizabeth Sawyer, Salvador Cordova and Ryan Preskenis help pack toiletries as Richland County personnel continue the flood relief efforts at the Lower Richland Operations Center and distribution warehouse on Shop Rd.
USC students Sarah Gibbs, Elizabeth Sawyer, Salvador Cordova and Ryan Preskenis help pack toiletries as Richland County personnel continue the flood relief efforts at the Lower Richland Operations Center and distribution warehouse on Shop Rd. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
USC students Sarah Gibbs, Elizabeth Sawyer, Salvador Cordova and Ryan Preskenis help pack toiletries as Richland County personnel continue the flood relief efforts at the Lower Richland Operations Center and distribution warehouse on Shop Rd. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

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