These 18 Photos of South Carolina’s 1,000 Year Flood Are Mind-Blowing

2015 was a heartbreaking year of loss in South Carolina. From the shootings at Emanuel AME Church in Charleston to the 1,000-Year Storm it was a tough year for everyone in the Palmetto State.

It’s been nearly three and a half months since the skies ruptured over South Carolina pouring record-breaking rainfall amounts. In the days and weeks that followed, the Palmetto State saw even more rain and a catastrophic flood with treacherous rising and raging waters. Here’s a look back at that devastating event.

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