Myrtle Beach braces for storm surge from Florence

The resort area of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina has been swamped by floodwaters from Florence. The eye of the storm has moved south along the Carolina coastline and is approaching the Myrtle Beach area. Don Dahler reports from Myrtle Beach.

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