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February 17, 2014 9:01 PM

Ice storm damage to S.C. timber more widespread than 2004 disaster

A 2004 ice storm covered about a 20-mile swath of the state from Aiken through the Pee Dee, causing $95 million in damage to the timber industry. Last week's ice storm was nearly 80 miles wide, according to the S.C. Forestry Commission.

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