The storms have passed and now it’s just a matter of repairing the damages. In Camden County, Road and Bridge Administrator Lee Schuman says the damage could have been a lot worse. He says about 90% of the base rock they’ve installed stayed in place but, because they replaced some of the gravel on Monday and Tuesday before more rain came Wednesday, it may bring some questions from FEMA.
He estimates around $200,000 worth of damage to the county roads, so far. He also says there are still multiple locations they cannot inspect because the floodwaters are still covering those roadways. He says the damage assessment will continue over the next month.