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Many residents of Live Oak remain displaced because of flooding

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The rain from Tropical Storm Debby is causing several rivers in North Central Florida rise putting residents out of their homes. The American Red Cross has opened more than a dozen shelters across Florida including one in Live Oak. The city was one of the hardest hit areas. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Nickelle Smith spoke with Gainesville Salvation Army Core Officer Preston Lewis who is currently stationed in Live Oak about what the situation is like there.

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