Tyler Bahnmuller, Matt Talley and Will Brennan take a canoe to investigate their homes following flooding in the area October 5, 2015 Sean Rayford/Getty Images/AFP
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Days of torrential rains kept much of South Carolina and its capital gripped by floodwaters early Monday as emergency workers promised renewed door-to-door searches for anyone still trapped after a weekend deluge and hundreds of rescues.Heavy rain kept falling into the early hours Monday around the Carolinas from the storm that began swamping the southeast late last week, part of an unprecedented low pressure system that dumped more than 45 centimeters on one spot in Columbia, South Carolina's capital.
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