A tomato field adjacent to the C-111 canal in South Miami-Dade flooded last Saturday as rain soaked the region.
A tomato field adjacent to the C-111 canal in South Miami-Dade flooded last Saturday as rain soaked the region. South Florida Water Management District
A tomato field adjacent to the C-111 canal in South Miami-Dade flooded last Saturday as rain soaked the region. South Florida Water Management District

Heavy rain, aging flood system leave South Florida farmlands swamped

December 11, 2015 7:10 PM

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