Melissa Webber's brother's house is a short walk from her house on Bluff Road, but due to the road damage caused by the flood, she now has to drive a detour, taking about 20 minutes to visit.
Melissa Webber's brother's house is a short walk from her house on Bluff Road, but due to the road damage caused by the flood, she now has to drive a detour, taking about 20 minutes to visit. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com
Melissa Webber's brother's house is a short walk from her house on Bluff Road, but due to the road damage caused by the flood, she now has to drive a detour, taking about 20 minutes to visit. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com
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Broken Bluff Road burdensome for some Lower Richland residents

November 29, 2015 7:14 PM

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