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WMBF News has video of a high speed chase in Horry County – over 100 miles per hour, for over 30 minutes, on local roads.

But it's what happens after the car chase ends that everyone will be talking about. Is what one local officer did acceptable?

FULL story here: Officer fired after high-speed chase ends in crash, threats, profanity

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  • Georgetown County Sheriff's non-emergency telephone number temporarily out of service

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    Sunday, August 20 2017 4:06 PM EDT2017-08-20 20:06:10 GMT
    (Source: Georgetown County, SC Facebook)(Source: Georgetown County, SC Facebook)

    The Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office non-emergency phone number is temporarily out of service, according to Jason Lesley with the GCSO. Non-emergency calls can be made to 843-546-5101 until further notice. Calls to the normal phone number will ring, but they cannot be answered. They are working to resolve the issue. There is no interruption to emergency 911 calls.  

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    The Georgetown County Sheriff’s Office non-emergency phone number is temporarily out of service, according to Jason Lesley with the GCSO. Non-emergency calls can be made to 843-546-5101 until further notice. Calls to the normal phone number will ring, but they cannot be answered. They are working to resolve the issue. There is no interruption to emergency 911 calls.  

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  • UPDATE: Crews rescue two distressed swimmers in front of Sea Mist resort; one transported to hospital

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    Sunday, August 20 2017 3:55 PM EDT2017-08-20 19:55:21 GMT
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     Myrtle Beach Fire Rescue is responding to multiple possible drowning victims at the Sea Mist Hotel. According to Lt. John Evans with Myrtle Beach Fire Rescue, one person has been transported to a nearby hospital, and others are being evaluated. There is no additional information on the number of victims, or the status of the person transported. 

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     Myrtle Beach Fire Rescue is responding to multiple possible drowning victims at the Sea Mist Hotel. According to Lt. John Evans with Myrtle Beach Fire Rescue, one person has been transported to a nearby hospital, and others are being evaluated. There is no additional information on the number of victims, or the status of the person transported. 

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    Rescue crews have received 10 separate calls for distressed swimmers; no swimming advisory issued for Myrtle Beach

    Rescue crews have received 10 separate calls for distressed swimmers; no swimming advisory issued for Myrtle Beach

    Sunday, August 20 2017 3:49 PM EDT2017-08-20 19:49:30 GMT
    Source: City of Myrlte BeachSource: City of Myrlte Beach
    MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Myrtle Beach Fire Rescue responded to a call for a swimmer in distress at 7th Avenue N Sunday afternoon. The victim was not transported to a hospital. According to Myrtle Beach Fire Rescue, they have received about 10 calls for distressed swimmers today, which led them to issue a no swimming advisory for all of Myrtle Beach. The double red flag advisory is in place, meaning the water is closed to the public.  MBFR says calls are likely due ...More >>
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