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Dorchester County families spend another day without power

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It was certainly a rough day for power crews and those living in the dark since Wednesday.

The power outage has forced thousands of residents to start thinking about a warm and well lit place to stay.  And for those considering a pass on the shelters for a little more personal space like at a motel, a decision may already be made for you.

Power restoration is being made as thousands of Lowcountry residents are getting back to their homes after three days of no power.

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