Hurricane Matthew mangled a gas station’s awning, which rests on the station’s building and pumps on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, in Hampton, S.C. Beaufort resident Josh Gibson evacuated ahead of the storm and took the photo on his way back home, when he tried to, but was not able to, re-enter Beaufort County.
Hurricane Matthew mangled a gas station’s awning, which rests on the station’s building and pumps on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, in Hampton, S.C. Beaufort resident Josh Gibson evacuated ahead of the storm and took the photo on his way back home, when he tried to, but was not able to, re-enter Beaufort County. Josh Gibson
Hurricane Matthew mangled a gas station’s awning, which rests on the station’s building and pumps on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, in Hampton, S.C. Beaufort resident Josh Gibson evacuated ahead of the storm and took the photo on his way back home, when he tried to, but was not able to, re-enter Beaufort County. Josh Gibson

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