Levy County officials remain alert as Tropical Storm Debby begins to move
Levy County officials are at a level two status as Tropical Storm Debby continues to churn in the Gulf of Mexico. The county remains under not only a tornado and flood watch, but a tropical storm warning and a coastal flood warning. Donna Green-Townsend talked with the Director of the Emergency Management office for Levy County, Mark Johnson, about his expectations for the coming days as Tropical Storm Debby slowly begins to move:
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