Excessive rainfall has caused problems around the Midlands this week.
Seven units at the Corona Apartments in Orangeburg were flooded Monday morning, displacing 32 people – including 16 children.
The Red Cross offered shelter, food, financial assistance and comfort kits to those in need.
In Columbia, a tree fell onto a home early Monday morning, crashing into the living room and bedroom.
A couple and two children had to escape through a back window because doors were blocked on the front porch and at other exits.
Emergency crews rescued four puppies trapped under the porch.
Parts of roads in at least two counties were closed because of flooding.
In Kershaw County, a washout collapsed a section of Wildwood Lane near Lugoff-Elgin Middle and High schools.
And in Newberry County, Belfast Road had to be closed at Rocky Creek Road until further notice due to road damage.
(Photo courtesy of American Red Cross)