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More Edisto Beach residents allowed back in Thursday with day pass

House Destroyed on Edisto Island (WCIV)

As several agencies, work along side members of the National Guard to clear Edisto Beach streets and roads, some residents are being allowed back on their property.

For one day, residents of Edisto Beach worried their property may be buried beneath feet of sand will be allowed back home.

Town officials say they have created a day pass schedule to allow residents to return and secure property. They expect to announce new areas that have been cleared each day by noon and schedule day passes between the hours of 8 a.m. and 3 p.m.

In a press release issued Tuesday, town officials say some residents may have to wade through water to access property.

"You may have to wade through water so dress appropriately with boots, long pants, etc. No resources are currently available. Plan to bring any supplies you need. Water, food, etc. No water is available for cleaning."

Those wishing to get into the area will need to show an ID with their address before they will be issued a day pass.

RESIDENTS OF THESE STREETS MAY ENTER ON THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2016. ***SOME OF THESE AREAS ARE STILL FLOODED AND WILL HAVE BARRICADES TO PREVENT CAR ENTRY. BE PREPARED TO WALK THROUGH WATER.***

POINT STREET

ALL OF WYNDHAM

1700 PALMETTO AND UP TO THE BEGINNING OF YACHT CLUB

POMPANO

ALL CROSS STREETS SOUTH OF LYBRAND (which are listed below)

CATHERINE

MITCHELL

BAYNARD

EDINGS

JENKINS

SEABROOK

MURRAY

HOLMES

LORING

LAROCHE

NEPTUNE

BILLOW

WHITE CAP

EDISTO

MIKELL

TOWNSEND

LOUSIE

SUNSET

EBB TIDE

MYRTLE STREET

LEE STREET

FORT STREET

ARC STREET

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