PHOTOS: Hurricane damage, tornado damage, trees down, flooding


7 p.m. Flooding in the Forestbrook area.

City of Conway crews work to clear a downed tree on Cherokee and 16th Avenue.

Flooding has started at the Saint Frances Animal shelter. “We have 30 dogs and 30 cats at the shelter who couldn’t be transferred, but we’ve been clearing drains,” the shelter reported.

The National Weather Service confirms a tornado in the River Hills area of Little River. The tornado caused damage to a roof, siding, downed trees, and caused a large limb to go through a van’s window.

Truck in Planter’s Creek off Forestbrook Road (Faith Lapham)

Two dunes have been compromised on Pawley’s Island and the roadway is flooded with ankle- to knee-deep water. The water is still rising, according to the National Weather Service.

Shelly Bilock shared photos of flooding in Conway’s Grier Crossing neighborhood.

Noon Thursday, Sept. 5:

The Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office shared photos of damage for a possible tornado in The Farm Community.

Coco Smith shared video from King Street in Conway of flooding.

Danny Arnold shared photos of flooding from Village of Bay Tree in Little River.

A turtle float in Little River has turned upside down, but the turtles are still clinging to it. (Louise Sauer)

Amanda Wagner shared video of flooding in the Woodbury development off of Palmetto Pointe Boulevard in the Socastee area.

11 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 5:

Barry McDonald shared photos with News13 of flooding in the University Forest area of Conway.

Photos sent to News13 by Josh Edwards show flooding along Silverbelle Boulevard in Longs.

10 a.m Thursday, Sept. 5:

News13 crews along Ocean Boulevard found the sign for Dino’s Pizza Bar and Grill had been knocked down.


A photo sent to News13 shows flood waters around a flood barrier outside a business in Socastee.

Sent to News13

In photos sent to News13, Alisha Brady says her business in Longs was damaged by a possible tornado.

Tatyana Bellamy shared a photo of damage in the Red Bluff area of Longs.

Tatyana Bellamy

A photo sent in by Karen Seymour shows a tree that fell over in the Daffodil Drive area of Conway.

Karen Seymour

9:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 5:

A video sent to News13 by Derek Remillard shows flooding on Carolina Road in Conway.

News13’s crews on Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach found a piece of roofing that had been blown off a building.

News13’s Elisia Alonso, who is in Surfside Beach, shared video she captured of heavy wind, rough surf, and street flooding. Several pieces of a beach house’s siding can be seen on the ground.

David Warner sent photos to News13 showing flooding in the Burcale Road area of Myrtle Beach.

9 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 5:

A photo sent to News13 by Clint Johnson shows power poles down on Horseshoe Road in Little River.

Horseshoe Road in Little River (photo: Clint Johnson)

8:15 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 5:

News13’s crew in the Myrtle Beach area report street flooding between 10th and 11th Avenue.

8:05 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 5:

The City of North Myrtle Beach Fire Department reports tornado damage at West Port and Circle Drive. News13’s crew on scene confirmed damage to condos and a trailer park. No injuries have been reported.

Damages were also seen in North Myrtle Beach’s Retreat Place neighborhood. News13’s crew snapped these photos:

8 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 5:

Horry Electric Cooperative crews are working to clean up after trees fell over and knocked out power on Highway 57 in the Brooksville area.

“Crews have secured the scene and are working to clean up this mess on Highway 57 in the Brooksville area,” a Facebook post from HEC said. “hey are working as quickly and safely as possible to get power restored. Hurricane Dorian is here. Please heed all warnings and alerts.”

7:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 5:

North Myrtle Beach Public Information Officer Pat Dowling tells News13 is appears a “minor tornado” possibly touched down at 901 Westport Drive. The roof of a structure was damaged and no injuries were reported. Electricity is “being pulled” and people are being directed to go to shelters.

7:20 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 5:

Homes in Columbus County have been damaged after a tornado touched down.

According to the National Weather Service, a tornado touched down on Livingston Chapel Road on Thursday morning.

Homes have roof damage after the tornado.

7 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 5:

A possible tornado was sighted in North Myrtle Beach. Wayne White sent video of the possible tornado from the area of Ocean Drive and 2nd Avenue South.


6 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 5:

A tornado was reportedly sighted in Myrtle Beach.

Myrtle Beach Fire Rescue tells News13 a tornado was reportedly sighted in the area of 13th Avenue South.

Police reported the sighting and fire crews investigated. MBFR says they didn’t find anything.




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