Deadly tropical storm Eta floods parts of Florida

Tropical storm Eta has caused extensive flooding in Florida after making landfall on 8 November. The storm brought winds of 65 mph when it hit about 30 miles off of Marathon, a city in the Florida Keys. Cars and trucks were submerged in water as roads turned into rivers across parts of the state.  Tropical Storm Eta brings heavy rains to already flooded Florida Keys


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