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  • Singleton Beach Road under 2 feet of water — before TS Irma's storm surge peak

    Reporter Maggie Angst found serious flooding in the Singleton Beach area, often one of the earliest places to flood on Hilton Head Island in high tide situations. About 2 feet of water flooded the road around noon Monday, about an hour before the predicted peak of storm surge from Tropical Storm Irma.

Reporter Maggie Angst found serious flooding in the Singleton Beach area, often one of the earliest places to flood on Hilton Head Island in high tide situations. About 2 feet of water flooded the road around noon Monday, about an hour before the predicted peak of storm surge from Tropical Storm Irma. Maggie Angst mangst@islandpacket.com
Reporter Maggie Angst found serious flooding in the Singleton Beach area, often one of the earliest places to flood on Hilton Head Island in high tide situations. About 2 feet of water flooded the road around noon Monday, about an hour before the predicted peak of storm surge from Tropical Storm Irma. Maggie Angst mangst@islandpacket.com

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