Richard and Rachael Ledbetter took shelter with their dogs in a flooded panel truck when Little Pee Dee river flooded unexpectedly on Tuesday. Unsure whether to leave the property, the Ledbetters say they had little warning of the rising waters and have lost all forms of transportation other than their boat. When all their neighbors evacuated on Tuesday, the Ledbetters were still considering staying the night in their truck. Tuesday.
Richard and Rachael Ledbetter took shelter with their dogs in a flooded panel truck when Little Pee Dee river flooded unexpectedly on Tuesday. Unsure whether to leave the property, the Ledbetters say they had little warning of the rising waters and have lost all forms of transportation other than their boat. When all their neighbors evacuated on Tuesday, the Ledbetters were still considering staying the night in their truck. Tuesday. JASON LEE jlee@thesunnews
Richard and Rachael Ledbetter took shelter with their dogs in a flooded panel truck when Little Pee Dee river flooded unexpectedly on Tuesday. Unsure whether to leave the property, the Ledbetters say they had little warning of the rising waters and have lost all forms of transportation other than their boat. When all their neighbors evacuated on Tuesday, the Ledbetters were still considering staying the night in their truck. Tuesday. JASON LEE jlee@thesunnews

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No warning for flooded Little Pee Dee River residents

October 12, 2016 12:04 AM

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