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Man on horse-drawn carriage rolls through Kershaw County
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Rodger Howell, of Erin, Tenn., pulls the horse-drawn carriage hes ridden since Aug. 5, 2013, to the side of U.S. 1 in Lugoff near Longtown Road on Oct. 10. Howell, a Vietnam veteran who suffers from effects of Agent Orange, said hes traveling not to promote a cause, but so he doesnt die on the porch. - photo by Gary Phillips
Kershaw County motorists along U.S. 1 saw an unusual sight Oct. 10: a horse-drawn wagon rolling down the highway. Rodger Howell of Erin, Tenn., stopped for a conversation and said he, his two-horse team and dog have traveled much of the eastern United States, making friends all along the way. Howell is a Vietnam veteran and said he has health issues related to Agent Orange, an herbicide chemical used in Vietnam to clear thick jungle overgrowth.

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