Corey Patnaude docks his boat on Tom Goethe Road in western Jasper County on Thursday. Patnaude used the boat  to check on his home after he and his wife evacuated nearly two weeks ago in anticipation of a rising Savannah River.  "It's just part of living on the river," he said.
Corey Patnaude docks his boat on Tom Goethe Road in western Jasper County on Thursday. Patnaude used the boat to check on his home after he and his wife evacuated nearly two weeks ago in anticipation of a rising Savannah River. "It's just part of living on the river," he said. Staff photo
Corey Patnaude docks his boat on Tom Goethe Road in western Jasper County on Thursday. Patnaude used the boat to check on his home after he and his wife evacuated nearly two weeks ago in anticipation of a rising Savannah River. "It's just part of living on the river," he said. Staff photo

Jasper County residents evacuated as Savannah River rises

July 18, 2013 03:49 PM

UPDATED July 19, 2013 10:02 AM

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