Tyson went to the
"What I've seen so far is limited-type flooding on
Tyson said about
The Swift Water Rescue Team pick the stranded man up as he clinged to the roof of his truck, Tyson said.
This is the second 500-year flood, including Hurricane Floyd, Tyson has gone through in 17 years.
"It's unusual," he said. "But I'm a little bit ahead of the game. I went through Floyd as a flood registration contractor. I kind of know what needs to be done."
Tyson said he just hoped everyone impacted by the rising waters had flood insurance.
"If they don't, it's going to be a tremendous hardship on them," he said. "There is going to be a lot of needs and it's going to stretch the resources of all the nonprofits we have."
Tyson said he did know yet how much the flooding from Hurricane Matthew was going to end up costing
"This is why our board (of commissioners) over the past years has run a tight ship and now have about
The latest statewide estimates show hurricane-related flooding in
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