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  • First responders use airboat to rescue Seabrook residents from Irma floodwaters

    Burton Fire District, Beaufort Water Search and Rescue, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office and Beaufort County EMS teamed up to rescue four families on Monday afternoon when the waters began to rise because of Tropical Storm Irma. The teams used an airboat to save 15 people — including two children and an elderly resident — from the homes off Delaney Circle in Seabrook around 2 p.m.

First responders use airboat to rescue Seabrook residents from Irma floodwaters

Burton Fire District, Beaufort Water Search and Rescue, the Beaufort County Sheriff’s Office and Beaufort County EMS teamed up to rescue four families on Monday afternoon when the waters began to rise because of Tropical Storm Irma. The teams used an airboat to save 15 people — including two children and an elderly resident — from the homes off Delaney Circle in Seabrook around 2 p.m.
Courtesy of Burton Fire District Edited by Ashley Jean Reese