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COLUMBIA, S.C. (BP) -- With various South Carolina communities still plagued by flooding, Southern Baptists Disaster Relief volunteers have been working tirelessly to help survivors of Hurricane Florence since its landfall in North Carolina on Sept. 14.
Several flooded rivers were expected to crest today (Sept. 26), and as the waters started to recede, SBDR volunteers faced a pressing need to provide temporary roofing for homeowners.
"We've had virtually no rain since the storm, but we have some rain in the forecast," Randy Creamer, South Carolina's disaster relief director, reported. "So, it's really significant to get roofs covered before the rains return and cause a whole lot more damage." Read More