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(Alachua County Emergency Management)
Watch aerial footage of the Santa Fe River receding in Florida
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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.
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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