U.S. Highway 264 is open again, and the water is no longer up to the front door of Bill’s Barbecue.
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“Last time it was like this it was during Hurricane Matthew – only it was worse,” a Clayton resident said.
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The Apex Peakway was designed years ago as a cross-town passageway.
“I was very pleased to hear Earl (Bailey) was not seriously injured – God was riding with him in that front seat,” a school worker said.