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More flooding hits Upstate

Sinkhole caused by flooding on Monday (Photo: FOX Carolina) Sinkhole caused by flooding on Monday (Photo: FOX Carolina)
LAURENS, SC (FOX Carolina) -

Sheriff Ricky Chastain of Laurens County says the city of Laurens is seeing flooding on Tuesday night. 

Police are out monitoring the damage and closing roads where needed, according to Chastain. He says trees are down throughout the county.

There are reports of flooding on Milan Road and Highway 72 in Laurens County, according to Chastain. 

We will update the story here on foxcarolina.com as more information comes in.

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