(Alachua County Emergency Management)
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Watch aerial footage of the Santa Fe River receding in Florida
Florida officials kept I-75 open on Sept. 14 as the Santa Fe River started receding. The river had risen about 15 feet in 36 hours following Hurricane Irma, threatening to close the busy road.
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