COLUMBIA, S.C. (WSPA) – There are no effective evacuation orders remaining after Governor Nikki Haley announced Monday that the orders were lifted for all residents in Horry and Georgetown Counties.
The evacuation orders for Charleston, Dorchester, Berkeley, Colleton, Beaufort and Jasper counties were lifted Sunday.
Returning residents should expect lengthy travel times due to blocked roadways and detours.
You are asked to not drive around barricades or use emergency lanes that are needed for first responders.
Drivers should prepare for fallen trees, downed power lines, and standing water.
To see a list of road closures, click here.
To check the status of conditions on I-26, click here.
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