South Carolina coast recovers from Hurricane Isaias

ABC News’ Eva Pilgrim reports from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where the hurricane hit in the dark of the night.
0:45 | 08/04/20

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Transcript for South Carolina coast recovers from Hurricane Isaias
Stunning images there. We know that flooding is always a concern in Myrtle Beach, south Carolina. That's where Eva pilgrim is now with the latest on that. Good morning, Eva. Reporter: Good morning, Amy. We're getting a first look at the aftermath of the hurricane here in South Carolina. This hurricane as you heard rob mention came in under the cover of darkness. The strong winds causing roofs to lift, flapping as the hurricane's force came on land and the timing, right about the same time as high tide pushed the ocean inland. The storm surge causing significant flash flooding here overnight. Roads turned into rivers. Several drivers forced to abandon their cars. This morning, it is cleanup time. They will be evaluating exactly how they fared in this hurricane. Okay, Eva, thanks.

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