Bluffton's Dyane Lee demonstrates Aug. 22, 2013,  how she had to brace herself in order to keep from falling off her dock when the wake from a speeding boat hit. To prevent such incidents in the future, Lee would like to see her area of the May River made into a no-wake zone. The zone would run between the Bluffton Oyster Co. on Wharf Street and public dock on Calhoun Street.
Bluffton's Dyane Lee demonstrates Aug. 22, 2013, how she had to brace herself in order to keep from falling off her dock when the wake from a speeding boat hit. To prevent such incidents in the future, Lee would like to see her area of the May River made into a no-wake zone. The zone would run between the Bluffton Oyster Co. on Wharf Street and public dock on Calhoun Street. Staff photo
Bluffton's Dyane Lee demonstrates Aug. 22, 2013, how she had to brace herself in order to keep from falling off her dock when the wake from a speeding boat hit. To prevent such incidents in the future, Lee would like to see her area of the May River made into a no-wake zone. The zone would run between the Bluffton Oyster Co. on Wharf Street and public dock on Calhoun Street. Staff photo

May River speed demons leave angry Bluffton dock owners in their wake

August 22, 2013 07:58 PM

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