The streets of Braden Castle in Bradenton were filled with standing water Friday. The passing Hurricane Hermine brought torrential rains causing the Manatee River to flow over it's banks.
The streets of Braden Castle in Bradenton were filled with standing water Friday. The passing Hurricane Hermine brought torrential rains causing the Manatee River to flow over it's banks. TIFFANY TOMKINS Bradenton Herald
The streets of Braden Castle in Bradenton were filled with standing water Friday. The passing Hurricane Hermine brought torrential rains causing the Manatee River to flow over it's banks. TIFFANY TOMKINS Bradenton Herald

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