Crews work to clean up a vacant lot in Oyster Reef. Many trees were downed in that part of Hilton Head Plantation during Hurricane Matthew’s Oct. 7-8 passage near Hilton Head Island.
Crews work to clean up a vacant lot in Oyster Reef. Many trees were downed in that part of Hilton Head Plantation during Hurricane Matthew’s Oct. 7-8 passage near Hilton Head Island. Matt Riedl The Island Packet
Crews work to clean up a vacant lot in Oyster Reef. Many trees were downed in that part of Hilton Head Plantation during Hurricane Matthew’s Oct. 7-8 passage near Hilton Head Island. Matt Riedl The Island Packet

Hurricane thrashes Hilton Head Plantation’s Oyster Reef — or was it a tornado?

October 19, 2016 11:37 AM

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