More than 100 cars backed up on U.S. 278 in the Bluffton area on the morning of Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, as the evacuation was still in place. No one was allowed in the county until the evacuation was lifted.
More than 100 cars backed up on U.S. 278 in the Bluffton area on the morning of Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, as the evacuation was still in place. No one was allowed in the county until the evacuation was lifted. Caitlin Turner cturner@islandpacket.com
More than 100 cars backed up on U.S. 278 in the Bluffton area on the morning of Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016, as the evacuation was still in place. No one was allowed in the county until the evacuation was lifted. Caitlin Turner cturner@islandpacket.com

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