In May 2007, drought conditions near Lake Okeechobee left deep cracks in an area normally covered by water under a fishing pier. That year, lake levels fell below 10 feet.
In May 2007, drought conditions near Lake Okeechobee left deep cracks in an area normally covered by water under a fishing pier. That year, lake levels fell below 10 feet. J. Pat Carter AP
In May 2007, drought conditions near Lake Okeechobee left deep cracks in an area normally covered by water under a fishing pier. That year, lake levels fell below 10 feet. J. Pat Carter AP

South Florida’s drought deepens

July 16, 2015 7:20 PM

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