HERNANDO COUNTY —
It has been simply over two weeks since Irma hit and Hernando County continues to be coping with flooding points — even rescues.
- Flooding points and rescues nonetheless being handled in Hernando
- Hearth Rescue crews just lately rescued an aged lady from her residence
- Lady determined to experience out flooding in house; began to expire of meals, water
Hernando Hearth Rescue crews lately rescued an aged lady who determined to journey out the flooding in her house.
Over every week in the past, Hernando County officers warned residents that they might be in danger for extreme flooding because the Withlacoochee River crested at greater than 17 ft. Regardless of these warnings, some nonetheless selected to remain of their houses.
Hearth rescue stated the lady they rescued determined to attend out the floods in her residence, however after being residence alone with out energy for the previous week and a half, and unable to get round with out utilizing a cane, she discovered herself in some hassle when she began operating low on meals and recent water.
Firefighters stated as soon as they rescued her, she informed them she did not even understand how dangerous the flooding was, and she or he by no means thought it will final this lengthy.
Fortunately, the lady is doing okay. However Hernando Hearth Rescue stated it want to remind residents to heed notifications, alerts, and warnings in extreme climate conditions as a result of incidents like this might end up a lot, a lot worse.