A Closer Look at the Dramatic Flood Rescues in South Carolina

PHOTO:Charlene Stennis is escorted to safety after her son was rescued from a stranded vehicle in a flooded roadway, Oct. 4, 2015, in Columbia, S.C. PlaySean Rayford/Getty Images
WATCH Dramatic Moments of Rescue From South Carolina's Historic Flooding

As extreme rain continues to batter an already flooded South Carolina, crews from Columbia to Charleston are working around the clock to rescue stranded residents and drivers from the fast-moving waters.

PHOTO: A dog tries to board a boat as two men row down a flooded street in Charleston, S.C., Oct. 4, 2015. Mladen Antonov/AFP/Getty Images
A dog tries to board a boat as two men row down a flooded street in Charleston, S.C., Oct. 4, 2015.

In West Ashley, located near Charleston, police and fire officials rescued three adults, a baby and a dog on Sunday.

In Shadowmass, South Carolina, a Hummer came to save a woman from her flooded neighborhood.

South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley urged residents on Sunday to stay off the roads as conditions were "changing by the minute."

South Carolina officials advised residents not to drive on Monday, citing dangers including downed power lines and bacteria in the water.

PHOTO: Residents and first responders launch boats to rescue people trapped in their homes, Oct. 4, 2015, in Columbia, S.C. Sean Rayford/Getty Images
Residents and first responders launch boats to rescue people trapped in their homes, Oct. 4, 2015, in Columbia, S.C.
PHOTO: A tow-truck operator assists a stranded motorist during flash flooding in Florence, S.C., Oct. 4, 2015, as heavy rain continues to cause widespread flooding in the state. Gerry Broome/AP Photo
A tow-truck operator assists a stranded motorist during flash flooding in Florence, S.C., Oct. 4, 2015, as heavy rain continues to cause widespread flooding in the state.

There have been nine weather-related deaths, officials said today.