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PHOTOS: Hurricane Matthew’s Impact On Berkeley County

BERKELEY COUNTY, S.C.–According to the National Hurricane Center, Hurricane Matthew made landfall Saturday morning just southeast of the town of McClellanville.

At 10 a.m., Matthew was centered about 30 miles southeast of Charleston, its winds having dropped to 75 mph, a Category 1 storm.

Strong winds and dangerous storm surge continue to affect the lowcountry. Heavy rains and gusty winds are also spreading inland.

On the forecast track, the center of Matthew will continue to move near or over the coast of South Carolina today, and be near the coast of southern North Carolina by tonight.

Down trees, heavy flooding and many power outages have been reported in Berkeley County.

1. Area of College Park Road in Ladson

Pictured: Trinity Place in Ladson (Via Berkeley County Government)
Pictured: Trinity Place in Ladson (Via Berkeley County Government)

2. Providence Baptist Church in Macedonia

Pictured: Located of off Highway 17A (Via Berkeley County Governement)
Pictured: Located of off Highway 17A (Via Berkeley County Governement)

3. Entrance of Cane Bay neighborhood has 18″ – 24″ of standing water

Via Berkeley County Government
Via Berkeley County Government

4.  Damage to a home in Moncks Corner

Via Vicki Barnes
Via Vicki Barnes

5. Drainage Pipe in Overton sticking up out the ground

Via Santee Circle Rural Fire Department
Via Santee Circle Rural Fire Department

6. Tree down on Plantation North Blvd. in Goose Creek

Via James Morrell
Via James Morrell

7. Wind damage to gas pump on the corner of Hwy 17A  and Royle Rd. in Ladson

Via Tommy Newell
Via Tommy Newell

8. Sign blown over on St. James Avenue in Goose Creek

Via Cameron Scott
Via Cameron Scott

9. Courtland Drive in Ladson

Via Tommy Newell
Via Tommy Newell

10. Flooding at a home in Macedonia

Via Brian Scott Dehn
Via Brian Scott Dehn

11. Flooding off of Highway 17 A in Macedonia

Via Jason P. Kinard
Via Jason P. Kinard

12. Video of flooding on Highway 52 in Moncks Corner

13. Tree down in Moncks Corner

Via Ginger Gaskins-Weiss
Via Ginger Gaskins-Weiss

14.  Entrance of Woodland Lakes in Goose Creek

Via Nikki Gaskins
Via Nikki Gaskins

15. Down tree in Goose Creek subdivision

Via Nikki Gaskins
Via Nikki Gaskins

16. Down fence in  Foxborough neighborhood of Goose Creek

Via Stevie Everidge
Via Stevie Everidge

17. Down power lines in the Pineview Subdivision in Goose Creek

Via Dawn Lott Wilson
Via Dawn Lott Wilson

18. Flooding in St. Stephen

Via Brook Ann
Via Brook Ann

19. Wind damage in St. Stephen

Via Betty Morris
Via Betty Morris

20. Tree damage to house in Macedonia

Via Deanna Renee Yates
Via Deanna Renee Yates

21. Snapped tree in Moncks Corner

Via Kendra Luff
Via Kendra Luff

22. More flooding from St. Stephen

Via Jim Wilson
Via Jim Wilson

23. Flooding in Jamestown on Hartley Hill Road

Via Blair Jones
Via Blair Jones

24. Flooding in St. Stephen on Harristown Road

Via Christine Mitchum Wilson
Via Christine Mitchum Wilson

25. This yard looks like a swimming pool in St. Stephen

Via Christine Mitchum Wilson
Via Christine Mitchum Wilson

26. Highway 52 in Moncks Corner

Via 3 House Photography
Via 3 House Photography

27. Highway 52 at Altman Street in Moncks Corner

Via 3 House Photography
Via 3 House Photography

28. Roof blown away at Ceramic Central in Moncks Corner

Via 3 House Photography
Via 3 House Photography

29. Flooding along the 300 block of Boulder Bluff in Goose Creek

Via Crystal Stiles
Via Crystal Stiles

30. Large tree falls in homeowner’s yard in Crowfield subdivision in Goose Creek

Provided
Via Tom Campbell

31. Road to Short Stay Recreation Area

Via Short Stay Recreation Area Joint Base Charleston
Via Short Stay Recreation Area Joint Base Charleston

32. First Baptist Church in Bonneau

Via Kelly Grosskopf
Via Kelly Grosskopf

33. Flooding off of Greenwood Drive in Beaver Dam

Via Mae Gaskins Cady
Via Mae Gaskins Cady

34.Cleaning up debris in Moncks Corner

Via BJ Mixon
Via BJ Mixon

35. Tree fell over power lines in St. St. Stephen

Via Tracy Gatlin
Via Tracy Gatlin

36. St. Mark AME Church in Bonneau Beach lost their steeple

Via Kelly Grosskopf
Via Kelly Grosskopf

37. First Baptist Church in Bonneau

Via Kelly Grosskopf
Via Kelly Grosskopf
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Nikki Gaskins Campbell is an Emmy-nominated journalist with more than a decade of experience covering news. She is a graduate of the University of South Carolina with a degree in broadcast journalism.
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