Tropical Storm Debby Trigger a Widespread Flooding in Florida
Published on 2012-06-26 02:09:41
The Gulf Coast of Florida will probably suffer from the aftermath of tropical storm Debby. Heavy rain continue to immersing the low lying area which can leaved a flooded community. According to report, the last Sunday, June 24, 2012 tornado killed a person and leaving a missing one. Authority are now on their way for search and rescue plans but the bad weather condition is slowing down their operation.Furthermore, the bridge headed to St. George Island has been closed to protect everyone while on their way aside from the few residents who need to get out of the said place for food and other supply. There is a power interruption in the entire island because probably electrical line failure. On the road, slag of palm trees become a major problem for travelers as they scattered on the highway.And the government already declared the statewide emergency to protect the residents from a possible increase of groceries as well for other commodities in the area. Debby is now moving towards the Gulf of Mexico in a much slower speed compared to yesterday as noted by the nearby weather forecast center.Major flights has been cancelled in Florida since Sunday night to avoid a possible air accident. If you have your family, friends, or relatives, you can call the hotline of the nearest airport to check their condition.However, the slow winds of Debby continue to bring a heavy rain on its way which will possibly cause a lot of flooding. Updates and other related reports are keeps on coming in and out of the line. You can visit the official website of your favorite news source for more.