MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — As Hurricane Irma wreaks havoc in Florida, residents have turned to South Carolina to evacuate. Many have come to Myrtle Beach – more specifically, the KOA Kampground.
Evacuees like Miami natives Adriana Gonzalez and Sylvana Gilmore.
“When we heard Irma was coming our way, we were scared,” said Adriana Gonzalez.
“Especially because a lot of people were telling us it was going to be very difficult to leave,” said Sylvana Gilmore of Miami. “They were saying there was no gas. They were saying it was going to be 12 hours.”
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