You saw images of the howling winds, the bending palm trees, the rising water during Hurricane Irma. Now you see what’s left behind.
Many roads are still blocked due to debris and downed power lines. Remember, if you are out and about, stay safe: don’t drive through standing water, and follow the advice of authorities. Stay home until authorities say it’s safe to venture out. (Read more here about the conditions of the roads).
The roads, afterall, aren’t in good shape yet. Take a look.
There’s flooding in Jacksonville…
— Doug Parker (@CruiseRadio) September 11, 2017
⚠️FLOODING⚠️ Flooding is spotted ALL OVER Jacksonville. pic.twitter.com/KL0QUfffoY
— News4JAX (@wjxt4) September 11, 2017
The Saint John's River in Jacksonville Florida is seeing historic flooding causing most of the city to be inundated pic.twitter.com/clqW8UDM9E
— Strategic Sentinel (@StratSentinel) September 11, 2017
Jax: Now is NOT the time to go sightseeing. Extremely dangerous conditions currently ongoing. Stay indoors and let us work for you. pic.twitter.com/X5AIbaWIhG
— FHPJacksonville (@FhpJacksonville) September 11, 2017
Fallen trees and other debris all across the state…
— LakelandPD (@LakelandPD) September 11, 2017
Troopers clearing I-4 near the 44MM in Polk County. pic.twitter.com/q6G4VNfcx7
— Sgt. Steve Gaskins (@SteveG717) September 11, 2017
A portion of a state highway washed away and sinkholes…