As extreme rain continues to batter an already flooded South Carolina, crews from Columbia to Charleston are working around-the-clock to rescue stranded residents and drivers from the fast-moving waters.
In West Ashley, located near Charleston, police and fire officials rescued three adults, a baby and a dog on Sunday.
In Shadowmass, S.C., a hummer came to save a woman from her flooded neighborhood.
On Sunday South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley urged residents to stay off the roads as conditions were “changing by the minute.”
South Carolina officials advised residents not to drive on Monday, citing dangers including downed power lines and bacteria in the water.
There have been six weather related deaths in South Carolina, according to Jimmy Mount, public information officer for the South Carolina Emergency Management Division.