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Source: Georgetown County Facebook page Source: Georgetown County Facebook page

GEORGETOWN COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Georgetown County and the Georgetown County Emergency Management Division will be holding a news conference at 4:15 p.m. Thursday to explain the potential for flooding in the county.

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Earlier in the day, Gov. Nikki Haley held a press conference and discussed the possibility of significant flooding in Georgetown in the next 12 hours, which could last up to 12 days.

Shortly after the conference, Georgetown County officials posted Facebook messages and a video clarifying that the risk of flooding was mainly for the Dunbar and Oatland communities, where evacuations are recommended, and areas around the Black River, Pee Dee River, and Mingo Creek.

There have been no recommended evacuations for the City of Georgetown, Andrews, or Pawleys Island.

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