One week after Debby, dozens still displaced
One week after Tropical Storm Debby left Florida, shelters are still open in Clay, Columbia and Suwannee counties. Even when flood waters recede, some homes may be uninhabitable and residents may need long-term recovery assistance. In this WUFT-TV report, Catherine Awasthi visits the shelter in Live Oak.
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