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Disaster Help Information

Oct 7, 2015
Raging waters of the Columbia Canal, Tue, Oct 6. Flood waters eventually breached the canal, which is the source of Columbia's drinking water.
Linda O'Bryon/SC Public Radio

  As South Carolinians assess rain and flood damage, and look for help in recovery, you may find these phone numbers and web links useful.

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South Carolina Prepares for Severe Flooding

Oct 2, 2015

COLUMBIA, S.C. (Friday, October 2, 2015, 11:50 a.m.) – At 12:00 p.m., the South Carolina Emergency Management Division increased the state’s operational condition to Level 3. OpCon3 means a disaster or emergency situation is likely in our state and that state agencies have been notified to staff positions at the State Emergency Operations Center in West Columbia. The SEOC is currently operating on a 24-hour schedule for the duration of the incident.