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    Heavy rains brought flooded streets and flooded store fronts along Miami Beach Tuesday afternoon. LeeAnna Lough, of Oregon, found herself mopping up the art gallery that she owns with her husband Rodney Lough, Jr. a master wilderness photographer, at 737 Lincoln Rd.

Heavy rains brought flooded streets and flooded store fronts along Miami Beach Tuesday afternoon. LeeAnna Lough, of Oregon, found herself mopping up the art gallery that she owns with her husband Rodney Lough, Jr. a master wilderness photographer, at 737 Lincoln Rd. Emily Michot Miami Herald
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