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State of Emergency Declared in Lee County, Fla., due to Flooding

Posted by feww on September 5, 2013

Widespread flooding in North Fort Myers: State of Emergency declared

The flooding is occurring in neighborhoods south of the Charlotte County line, and is reportedly the worst in more than two decades.

Floodwaters have cut off roads, stranding animals and forcing people to wade through the deluge to get into their homes, said a report.

“Just about every living creature on Nalle Grade at Slater Road is looking for higher ground. Goats and ducks stand on a small rise in a flooded pasture.”

The flooding is said to be so intense the emergency vehicles have difficulty responding to life-saving emergencies.

The floodwaters are mixing with sewage and creating a health hazard, said the report.

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