Myrtle Beach residents flee before Hurricane Florence hits

ABC News' Tom Llamas reports from the evacuated streets of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
1:34 | 09/14/18

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Transcript for Myrtle Beach residents flee before Hurricane Florence hits
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