Officers carry June Loch to dry land after she was rescued from her home in the Pine Glen subdivision of Columbia, S.C. on Oct. 5, 2015. Record rainfall that October triggered floods that killed at least 19 people in South Carolina and caused extensive damage to neighborhoods that had never flooded before. Despite that disaster, only 9 percent of South Carolina households had purchased flood insurance by May of last year.
Officers carry June Loch to dry land after she was rescued from her home in the Pine Glen subdivision of Columbia, S.C. on Oct. 5, 2015. Record rainfall that October triggered floods that killed at least 19 people in South Carolina and caused extensive damage to neighborhoods that had never flooded before. Despite that disaster, only 9 percent of South Carolina households had purchased flood insurance by May of last year. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
Officers carry June Loch to dry land after she was rescued from her home in the Pine Glen subdivision of Columbia, S.C. on Oct. 5, 2015. Record rainfall that October triggered floods that killed at least 19 people in South Carolina and caused extensive damage to neighborhoods that had never flooded before. Despite that disaster, only 9 percent of South Carolina households had purchased flood insurance by May of last year. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

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