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    Dr. Rob Clodfelter, emergency room medical director at Hilton Head Hospital, said Oct. 13, 2016, that he expects ER visits related to cleanup from Hurricane Matthew to continue, as islanders continue the hard, and sometimes dangerous, work of restoring their homes. If you're not an expert, stay off the roof, Clodfelter said. He added that "in the ground around you are hidden dangers."

Dr. Rob Clodfelter, emergency room medical director at Hilton Head Hospital, said Oct. 13, 2016, that he expects ER visits related to cleanup from Hurricane Matthew to continue, as islanders continue the hard, and sometimes dangerous, work of restoring their homes. If you're not an expert, stay off the roof, Clodfelter said. He added that "in the ground around you are hidden dangers." Josh Mitelman The Island Packet & The Beaufort Gazette
Dr. Rob Clodfelter, emergency room medical director at Hilton Head Hospital, said Oct. 13, 2016, that he expects ER visits related to cleanup from Hurricane Matthew to continue, as islanders continue the hard, and sometimes dangerous, work of restoring their homes. If you're not an expert, stay off the roof, Clodfelter said. He added that "in the ground around you are hidden dangers." Josh Mitelman The Island Packet & The Beaufort Gazette

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