Lowcountry residents evacuate before Hurricane Floyd in September 1999, the last time this area was under a mandatory evacuation, according to Beaufort County Emergency Management Director Lt. Col. Neil Baxley.
Lowcountry residents evacuate before Hurricane Floyd in September 1999, the last time this area was under a mandatory evacuation, according to Beaufort County Emergency Management Director Lt. Col. Neil Baxley. Staff photo
Lowcountry residents evacuate before Hurricane Floyd in September 1999, the last time this area was under a mandatory evacuation, according to Beaufort County Emergency Management Director Lt. Col. Neil Baxley. Staff photo

Stay or go? When a mandatory storm evacuation is issued, the answer is always 'Go!'

May 31, 2015 11:20 AM

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