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Viewer video shows widespread flooding problems

Source: Johnny Godwin Source: Johnny Godwin

(WMBF) – Videos sent from viewers across the area are showing widespread flooding issues on roads and in around homes across the Grand Strand and Pee Dee.

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New Sunday video:

Viewer M Lester sent video of some folks inner tubing in flood water – note we do NOT recommend this activity due to flood water dangers, including viruses, bacteria, debris, and more.

Clarissa Falin sent video of what 8th Avenue in Myrtle Beach looks like as of Sunday afternoon

Kristin Lee sent a look at the beach at Surfside Beach

Lewis Broome sent video of sewer pumps working on 74th Ave. in Myrtle Beach

Saturday video:

Jerry Price sent a video Saturday morning from Cordgrass Lane off Highway 57 in Little River showing water around many homes in his neighborhood.

Sarah Zelinski sent video of fast-flowing water at Jeffries Creek being the Cypress Point Townhomes in Florence.

Dawn Marie provided video of her neighborhood in longs off Highway 9. “Looks like it’s a movie day!” she says as backing out and turning around from the flooded road.

Laura Green sent video of a flooded Baker Street in Little River.

Robert Nall sent in video of flooding in Garden City at 2 p.m. Saturday.

JG Snyder sent in video of a neighborhood in Little River on Friday night.

Lauren Elise Sullivan sent video of flooding in Colonial Charters in Longs.

Sunday video:

Johnny Godwin sent in video of an incredible water rescue on Francis Marion Highway at Meyers Cemetery Road in Effingham.

Thanks to everyone who has sent videos and pictures so far. Please send your video in a message to the WMBF News Facebook page, e-mail your pics and video to pics@wmbfnews.com, tweet them to us with the hashtag #WMBFlood, or upload them directly here: http://newsnation.wmbfnews.com/

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