FEMA Surveys Damage in Live Oak
Governor Rick Scott has called on the state and the federal level to survey the damage from Tropical Storm Debby, in order to provide help with clean up.
Florida Emergency Management, along with FEMA, began those surveys today in the hard-hit city of Live Oak and surrounding counties where damage is still visible.
Some of that damage is on Howard Street.
None of those businesses that are sitting on top of the pavement on a sinkhole have fallen in yet, but the cracks remain visible.
There were others from neighboring businesses throwing out ruined furniture and items from flooded buildings where some saw up to three feet of flooding.
FEMA will assess the damage found and determine what the need is.
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