This is a more relevant site:
look at the pictures - anyone know her address?
Hurricane Damage Photos - Dataw Island - 10/9/2016 at 1:30pm
Last night, a team of security officers and myself received permission
and returned to Dataw Island to staff the gate and begin assessing the
Today, we have begun our first evaluation. Power is out island-wide and
many trees and limbs have fallen.
We are going street-by-street to photograph visibly significant damage;
please note that we are NOT photographing every home, only those that
appear damaged. The images are being posted on our website,
www.Dataw.com. We ask that you exercise patience as we execute this
operation. The downed trees present a challenge traversing the island,
and our team will photograph and post images as quickly as possible. If
your street has not yet been posted, please continue to check back
periodically for updates. If your street has been completed but your
home has not been posted, it is because our crew did not see significant
damage on your property.
At 10:00 am, Governor Nikki Haley gave a press conference where she
continued to urge residents to wait for the "all clear" before
attempting to return home. At this point in the recovery, hospitals are
not yet operational and emergency response crews are limited; many
streets are impassable and bridges are still being inspected before they
can be deemed safe for travel; as well, the power is still out and
resources are limited.
We thank you for your patience during this process, and will continue to
keep you updated.
Click here for photos of the hurricane damage across Dataw Island.
I don't see her house in those photos, I was thinking of publishing the
site for those of us who have been worried for days now. I don't see
a sign of the flooding I feared. I don't want to be too quickly
optimistic, but cautiously I wait a note or a phone call.
Agreed Nancy. I suspect she is fine, just without power and cable
right now likely. Based on the pictures, a lot of trees fell but
generally the houses maintained structural integrity it looks like?
Just like I don't see Gary posting, but i suspect he's without cable or
power, but otherwise fine.
You're close, Steve. I live on the bottom floor of a two-story building.
Underneath my bottom floor is the basement. The basement is partly below
and partly above ground level. Nobody lives in the basement. It's an
open space (2100 sq feet). Mostly empty but sometimes used temporarily
for company storage. It also contains the two giant water heaters for my
building (24 apartments).
Anyway, I live on the bottom apartment above the basement. It's about 6
feet above ground. I walk up 10 steps to get to my front door. No
flooding problems here.
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