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Karen Kissiah | Cheraw ChronicleAlthough the water level of the Great Pee Dee River at Laney Landing has climbed much higher than it is now, this past week's rain created an unusual situation. Trees that had been cleared, but not removed, to improve the view looking up river, floated up to the bridge walkway. It's not certain, yet, whether or not there has been any damage to the bridge.
Karen Kissiah | Cheraw ChronicleAlthough the water level of the Great Pee Dee River at Laney Landing has climbed much higher than it is now, this past week's rain created an unusual situation. Trees that had been cleared, but not removed, to improve the view looking up river, floated up to the bridge walkway. It's not certain, yet, whether or not there has been any damage to the bridge.
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Karen Kissiah | Cheraw Chronicle


Although the water level of the Great Pee Dee River at Laney Landing has climbed much higher than it is now, this past week’s rain created an unusual situation. Trees that had been cleared, but not removed, to improve the view looking up river, floated up to the bridge walkway. It’s not certain, yet, whether or not there has been any damage to the bridge.


Karen Kissiah


kkissiah@civitasmedia.com

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