Reports of harm alongside the South Carolina wing got right here earlier than Typhoon Ian’s 2d U.S. landfall, shut to Georgetown.
The end of the Pawleys Island pier collapsed and was as soon as floating south around 1: 30 p.m., per a Twitter put up from the Pawleys Island Police Department.
The end of the Pawleys Island pier has collapsed & is floating south. pic.twitter.com/ajJsWeXWfN
— Pawleys Island PD (@PawleysIslandPD) September 30, 2022
The storm moreover destroyed fragment of the Cherry Grove Pier in North Myrtle Seaside, per posts on social media. The pier, which was as soon as 985 feet long, was as soon as in-constructed the early 1950s.
— John Smith (@JohnSmithWX) September 30, 2022
Water rushed over the Murrells Inlet Marshwalk early Friday afternoon.
This water just keeps coming in. Folks are still around.
The covered deck is where I was earlier, water halfway to that second story deck next to wicked tuna.
— Aaron Smith (@PeeDee_WxSC) September 30, 2022
At Arcadian Shores shut to Atlantic Seaside, between Myrtle Seaside and North Myrtle Seaside, video confirmed storm surge instant inundating seaside recreation areas.
— Andrew Dockery (@AndrewWMBF) September 30, 2022
Backyard City Seaside, the place streets shut to the Backyard City Pier flood with reasonably cramped rain, was as soon as tremendously flooded.
This was the scene from Garden City Beach this afternoon. pic.twitter.com/xnQURY9prB
— My Horry News (@MyHorryNews) September 30, 2022