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The Aiken family, who lives just outside Indigo Run on Hilton Head Island, contacted the private community to tell management a tree close to their property was leaning dangerously. That tree later fell, landing on the Aikens' roof. Lucas High lhigh@islandpacket.com
The Aiken family, who lives just outside Indigo Run on Hilton Head Island, contacted the private community to tell management a tree close to their property was leaning dangerously. That tree later fell, landing on the Aikens' roof. Lucas High lhigh@islandpacket.com

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