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  • Did DHEC fail South Carolina during the 2015 flood?

    Nori Warren is just one of hundreds of South Carolina residents that was victimized by the 2015 flood. More than three feet of rain fell, but a contributing factor to the heavy damage was the failure of dams, particularly in the Columbia area. Some experts and residents believe the South Carolina Government could have done more to enforce the stability of the dams.

Nori Warren is just one of hundreds of South Carolina residents that was victimized by the 2015 flood. More than three feet of rain fell, but a contributing factor to the heavy damage was the failure of dams, particularly in the Columbia area. Some experts and residents believe the South Carolina Government could have done more to enforce the stability of the dams.
Nori Warren is just one of hundreds of South Carolina residents that was victimized by the 2015 flood. More than three feet of rain fell, but a contributing factor to the heavy damage was the failure of dams, particularly in the Columbia area. Some experts and residents believe the South Carolina Government could have done more to enforce the stability of the dams.

1,000 other unsafe dams in SC?

June 18, 2016 8:07 PM