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  • Here's what Hilton Head's south beaches looked like 2 days after Irma

    The dune system on Hilton Head Island's south beaches was damaged by Hurricane Matthew last October. Here's what the beaches looked like two days after Tropical Storm Irma tore through the area on September 11, 2017.

The dune system on Hilton Head Island's south beaches was damaged by Hurricane Matthew last October. Here's what the beaches looked like two days after Tropical Storm Irma tore through the area on September 11, 2017. Mandy Matney and Ashley Jean Reese mmatney@islandpacket.com
The dune system on Hilton Head Island's south beaches was damaged by Hurricane Matthew last October. Here's what the beaches looked like two days after Tropical Storm Irma tore through the area on September 11, 2017. Mandy Matney and Ashley Jean Reese mmatney@islandpacket.com

If you swim on Hilton Head beaches this week, it would be without lifeguards and possibly with unhealthy bacteria

September 14, 2017 10:31 AM