River Levels in North Central Florida on the Rise
NORTH CENTRAL FLORIDA - Rivers in North Central Florida are on the rise and emergeny managers say most spots are going to continue to see flooding for the next few days.
Continued rainfall has caused a significant rise in the levels.
Some here along the Santa Fe are already taking their belongings to higher ground and some are already wading to their front doors.
Emergency managers are asking people to check the forecast daily.
David Peaton, Emergency Management Director: "With river flooding you have plenty of time to look ahead to see what's going to happen in your area. You need to be proactive if you see the river going up you really need to take that time to activate your emergency plans to get out of there or be prepared if you are gonna stay."
Some of the hardest hit spots are Three Rivers Estates and Hart springs where the road is underwater.
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