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  • King Tide brings residential flooding to sections of Fort Lauderdale

    Residents of the Rio Vista neighborhood along Cordova Road in Fort Lauderdale talk Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, about the impact of the King Tide floods that have become worse in the recent years.

King Tide brings residential flooding to sections of Fort Lauderdale

Residents of the Rio Vista neighborhood along Cordova Road in Fort Lauderdale talk Tuesday, Sept. 19, 2017, about the impact of the King Tide floods that have become worse in the recent years.
Charles Trainor Jr. Miami Herald