Firefighters share Hurricane Experience
They came from all over the state to learn at the Florida State Fire College, but now some firefighters are sharing their wisdom regarding Tropical Storm Fay.
The hurricane of 2004 is still vivid in the minds of firefighters in the State of Florida.
Even though Tropical Storm Fay doesn't appear to be as threatening they still worry about the winds and rain and what that could mean for all counties not just those directly in the center of the storm.
Lt. Dave Williams with the Seminole County Fire Dept says,
"My personal belief is that our biggest threat is the tornados that are going to come from this."
Depending on where those tornados are the Local Urban search and rescue task force made up of Marion and Alachua County firefighters is packed up and ready to respond to whatever areas are most affected.
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