Tropical Storm Eta's Damage To South Florida - Flooding Updates & More

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All morning yesterday we received calls from people letting us know how high the water was getting in their neighborhood and a large majority didn’t even live near a lake, pond or the beach. Find out how you can help those affected by ETA here,forcing%2025%2C000%20people%20to%20evacuate.

According to The National Weather Service; Miramar recorded almost 16 inches of rain while in Miami-Dade County, Carol City tops the list at 7.96 inches of total rainfall

Lots of areas are still repairing the damage this Tuesday. Don't expect the coronavirus testing site at Hard Rock Stadium to reopen today. With more than a foot of water in some areas of the parking lot, Florida Division of Emergency Management officials don't anticipate being able to reopen the site until tomorrow or maybe even Thursday.

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