Florida’s St Johns River reached record-breaking flooding in east-central parts of the state after Hurricane Ian devastated the region, according to local news.
The Volusia County Sheriff’s Office posted aerial footage that shows flooding and storm damage from Hurricane Ian in different parts of Volusia County.
The video, released on Facebook on October 2, shows extensive flooding in Mims, Lake Harney, Osteen, and Daytona Beach. The damage includes flooded houses and roads, submerged cars, and destroyed walls. Credit: Volusia Sheriff’s Office via Storyful
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