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⚠️TRAFFIC ADVISORY⚠️ TURBEVILLE

UPDATED 10:14am
Puddin Swamp Rd is now open. All Clarendon Fire Rescue units are clear.

Units with Clarendon County Fire Rescue are on scene on a low power line across the roadway near the 5300 block of Puddin Swamp Rd, near Branton Ave.

The roadway will be shut down while our members are waiting for the power company. We will update as we can.
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⚠️TRAFFIC ADVISORY⚠️ TURBEVILLE 

UPDATED 10:14am 
Puddin Swamp Rd is now open. All Clarendon Fire Rescue units are clear. 

Units with Clarendon County Fire Rescue are on scene on a low power line across the roadway near the 5300 block of Puddin Swamp Rd, near Branton Ave.

The roadway will be shut down while our members are waiting for the power company. We will update as we can.
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As temperatures rise, we would like to share a few safety precautions about heat awareness.

1. Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water throughout the day, especially when participating in physical activities or spending time outdoors.

2. Wear appropriate clothing: Lightweight, loose-fitting, and light-colored clothing will help keep your body cool.

3. Limit outdoor activities during high heat hours: Try to avoid being outdoors during the hottest part of the day, anywhere between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

4. Get in the shade: If you are spending time outdoors, make sure to take breaks in the shade to cool down.

5. Use sunscreen: Sunburn can make it hard for your body to cool down, so be sure to apply sunscreen and wear a hat when spending time in the sun.

6. Avoid alcohol and caffeine: These can dehydrate the body, making it hard for your body to regulate its temperature.

7. Know the signs of heat stroke: Symptoms of heat stroke include a high body temperature, rapid pulse, headache, dizziness, nausea, and confusion. If you or someone else is experiencing these symptoms, call 911 immediately.

Check on your neighbors, especially those who are elderly, have medical conditions, or live alone. Heat can be dangerous or life threatening, so it is important to make sure they are staying cool and hydrated.
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As temperatures rise, we would like to share a few safety precautions about heat awareness. 

1. Stay hydrated: Drink plenty of water throughout the day, especially when participating in physical activities or spending time outdoors.

2. Wear appropriate clothing: Lightweight, loose-fitting, and light-colored clothing will help keep your body cool.

3. Limit outdoor activities during high heat hours: Try to avoid being outdoors during the hottest part of the day, anywhere between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m.

4. Get in the shade: If you are spending time outdoors, make sure to take breaks in the shade to cool down.

5. Use sunscreen: Sunburn can make it hard for your body to cool down, so be sure to apply sunscreen and wear a hat when spending time in the sun.

6. Avoid alcohol and caffeine: These can dehydrate the body, making it hard for your body to regulate its temperature.

7. Know the signs of heat stroke: Symptoms of heat stroke include a high body temperature, rapid pulse, headache, dizziness, nausea, and confusion. If you or someone else is experiencing these symptoms, call 911 immediately.

Check on your neighbors, especially those who are elderly, have medical conditions, or live alone. Heat can be dangerous or life threatening, so it is important to make sure they are staying cool and hydrated.

UPDATED 4:32 pm
ALL Fire Rescue units are clear from Fire Tower Rd. SCHP will remain on scene.

Units with Clarendon County Fire Rescue are on scene of a vehicle accident with injuries near the 3200 block of Fire Tower Rd. Please use caution if in the area. One lane of Fire Tower Rd is shut down at this time.
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UPDATED 4:32 pm
ALL Fire Rescue units are clear from Fire Tower Rd. SCHP will remain on scene. 

Units with Clarendon County Fire Rescue are on scene of a vehicle accident with injuries near the 3200 block of Fire Tower Rd. Please use caution if in the area. One lane of Fire Tower Rd is shut down at this time.

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Thank you Azalea Garden Club for this beautiful arrangement in honor of National Garden Week! (June 2-8)

⚠️TRAFFIC ADVISORY⚠️

UPDATED 7:05pm
ALL LANES ARE OPEN.

UPDATED 6:53pm
ALL Clarendon County Fire Rescue units are clear from I-95 southbound. South Carolina Highway Patrol will remain on scene until the tow company arrrives. The roadway will remain shut down until the vehicles are removed.

Units with Clarendon County Fire Rescue are on scene of a vehicle accident with injuries and entrapment near the 100 SB on I-95.
I-95 South is shut down at this time.
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⚠️TRAFFIC ADVISORY⚠️

UPDATED 7:05pm 
ALL LANES ARE OPEN. 

UPDATED 6:53pm 
ALL Clarendon County Fire Rescue units are clear from I-95 southbound. South Carolina Highway Patrol will remain on scene until the tow company arrrives. The roadway will remain shut down until the vehicles are removed. 

Units with Clarendon County Fire Rescue are on scene of a vehicle accident with injuries and entrapment near the 100 SB on I-95. 
I-95 South is shut down at this time.

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