Black Creek in Clay County was 15 feet above flood stage following Hurricane Irma. Florida Gov. Rick Scott took a boat tour of the damage Wednesday with Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels.
Black Creek in Clay County was 15 feet above flood stage following Hurricane Irma. Florida Gov. Rick Scott took a boat tour of the damage Wednesday with Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels. Courtesy of the Executive Office of the Governor
Black Creek in Clay County was 15 feet above flood stage following Hurricane Irma. Florida Gov. Rick Scott took a boat tour of the damage Wednesday with Clay County Sheriff Darryl Daniels. Courtesy of the Executive Office of the Governor

Irma leaves behind new threat. Rising flood water disrupts North and Central Florida.

September 13, 2017 12:26 PM

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