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Jim Piggott, Reporter
Published: September 29, 2022, 3:40 PM
Jim Piggott, Reporter
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Anytime it rains heavily in Jacksonville, you can bet San Marco will experience flooding. Ian’s heavy rains are no exception –flooding is happening in the streets of San Marco. Lasalle Street looks like a river Thursday.
Water has not reached the homes and the hope is that it won’t. Sandbags lined San Marco businesses, clearly they know what to do when heavy rain hits the area.
So far, the flooding from Ian is not nearly as bad as it has been in past hurricanes. Hurricane Irma devastated many homes and business in the San Marco and forced evacuations in 2017.
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