DAMAGE REPORTS: Trees down, roadways flooded as Isaias impacts area

DAMAGE REPORTS: Trees down, roadways flooded as Isaias impacts area
North Waccamaw Drive near Garden City is closed in several areas due to high water. (Source: Horry County Police Department)

MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (WMBF) – The strong winds, rain and storm surge from Hurricane Isaias resulted in reports of damage throughout the WMBF News viewing area.

As of 10:30 p.m. Monday, the South Carolina Highway Patrol is reporting the following incidents:

  • Tree in roadway - Horry - Myrtle Ridge Drive - Myrtle Trace Drive
  • Roadway flooding - Georgetown - Wedgefield Road
  • Treed in roadway - Darlington - Westover Drive - Segars Mill Road
  • Roadway flooding - Georgetown - U.S. 17 Business - Creekside Drive

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Horry County police reported that North Waccamaw Drive near Garden City is covered in water in several areas as Isaias moves closer to the Grand Strand.

Additionally, beach access 11 at Sunset Drive is completely inaccessible, according to the HCPD.

Residents are urged to stay inside and off the roads.

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