VIDEO: Rain, Damage Reports from Around the Midlands

Columbia, SC (WLTX) - News19 WLTX had a team of reporters and photographer out in the community cataloging the effects of Tropical Storm Hermine, including some localized flooding.

Here 's are the dispatches from our people in the field. 

Sumter Neighborhood Flooded by Hermine

Chuck Ringwalt reports from Sassafras Lane, where this neighborhood was flooded.

UPDATE: Jones Wire Road in Lexington County

Part of this dirt road washed away, leading officials to close the roadway.

Woman Loses Home When Tree Falls

An Orangeburg homeowner lost her house when a tree fell on it, splitting it. 

Tractor Trailer Stuck in Flooded Road

A big rig got stuck in water on a Lower Richland County road, blocking traffic in the area.

Tree Splits Home in Half

Janae Frazier reports on a home on Crepe Myrtle Drive in Orangeburg County that was heavily damaged when a tree fell on it late Friday afternoon.

Standing Water on Rosewood Drive.

Rosewood Drive near the Gills Creek had some isolated patches of water on it late Friday afternoon.

Portions of Highway 521 in Sumter Closed

Chuck Ringwalt was out along a section near where 521 meets 76-378 where the road had to be closed due to high waters.

Janae Frazier Reports from Orangeburg

Janae Frazier reports that some streets are having to be closed due to the storm.

Lana Harris Reports from Camden

Water Covering Some Roads in Pelion

Heavy Rain in Camden 

The rain was also puddling up near the city of Camden.

Wateree River - Rains Causing the Waters to Rise

Chuck Ringwalt was out near the Wateree River

 


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