Flood waters rush through the Turkey Creek subdivision in Alachua,Fla. following heavy rains from Hurricane Irma Monday, September 11, 2017. (Courtesy of Debbie Treise).

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Gary W. Green is the Digital Director of University of Florida's Innovation News Center and Deputy News Editor of WUFT News. Follow him at @garywgreen. You can reach him at 352-294-1502.

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