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South Carolina trying to clean up Tuesday from the historic rains and flooding now responsible for at least fourteen that , well you can't record it in the capital city of Columbia one particular place your Charleston drop Mount Pleasant received more than twenty four inches of water entry which is just insane it really is unprecedented for people here in their lifetimes who had never seen anything like this the only comparable weather apparently hit structural liner in anybody's memory with hurricane Hugo in nineteen eighty are of course not are nobody can ever remember just kind of floating happening only from just rainfall the storm which doing moisture from hurricane working even if that just moved away from the west coast line , what will the government ought to just to close stranded motorists and prompted hundreds of rescue people trapped in their homes , the threat of more flooding remains to me even if they're going to games to taper off , officials warn that ranged from upstate , Republican presidential candidate in South Carolina senator Lindsey Graham , twenty fifteen has been a miserable year , well some of the worst things that happened I cannot tell you from the Charleston shooting there , when it's all said and done we're going to , they together come out stronger about a thousand people have moved to shelters around South Carolina to be applied , an estimated forty thousand have been left without drinkable water