Vehicles make their way through a flooded intersection at Pigeon Point Road and Boundary Street the afternoon of June 23, 2014, after severe thunderstorms and heavy rains moved into the Lowcountry.
Vehicles make their way through a flooded intersection at Pigeon Point Road and Boundary Street the afternoon of June 23, 2014, after severe thunderstorms and heavy rains moved into the Lowcountry. Staff photo
Vehicles make their way through a flooded intersection at Pigeon Point Road and Boundary Street the afternoon of June 23, 2014, after severe thunderstorms and heavy rains moved into the Lowcountry. Staff photo

Downpour pounds Beaufort County

June 23, 2014 02:42 PM

UPDATED June 24, 2014 12:43 PM

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