Flood waters cause aggravation to residents along the Santa Fe and Suwannee Rivers
All of the rainfall from what was Tropical Storm Debby is slowly making it way to many of Florida’s creeks and rivers. Several popular North Central Florida waterways are becoming a bit hazardous for public use. Lars Anderson lives where the Ichetucknee and Santa Fe Rivers meet and works as a tour guide with his Adventure Outpost business. He talked with Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Donna Green-Townsend.
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