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Flooding closes part of I-10

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Flooded portion of Interstate 10″ credit=”Captain Keith Gaston / Florida Highway Patrol

The Florida Highway Patrol says additional sections of Interstate 10 could be closed at any time because of flooding from Tropical Storm Debby.   This picture was taken by FHP Captain Keith Gaston one mile east of U.S. 41, from the westbound lane looking at the eastbound lane.

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