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Of Okaloosa County's 1,000 miles of roads, about 200 were damaged in the flash flood event. About 75 percent of the county's some 200 miles of dirt road were damaged by the storms. Some will require minimal grading while others will need major dirt and gravel replacement.
There was no way to assess how much sewage had escaped into the environment as a result of the spills, because the spill was so diluted by all the water.
that have been damaged by flooding. A full assessment will be conducted Tuesday when the Federal Emergency Management Agency arrives.
Okaloosa County Water and Sewer Department reported two lift stations "underwater" as a result of the flooding of Tuesday and Wednesday.
The lift stations were located at Clifford Street near Fort Walton Beach and at Beal Street near Gap Creek and Cinco Bayou, Littrell said.
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Tests done after the lift stations were overwhelmed indicated dangerous levels of fecal material remained in the water, Littrell said. The county health department has issued advisories warning against swimming at all 13 of its water testing sites.
"We are keeping Reebok Brown Leather up but are not out of the woods yet. Our knuckles are still white."
"It's doing a magnificent job," he said.
About 1,000 feet of brick wall and 1,000 Saucony Jazz
In the weeks ahead, government officials will assess the ultimate toll the storms have taken on infrastructure, homes and businesses. Here's what has been measured thus far:
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Across Santa Rosa, portions of at least 10 roads, north and south of Interstate 10 remain closed due to standing water and wash outs.
$40,000 worth of alarm system damage.
"We always say the solution to pollution is dilution," said Water and Sewer Director Jeff Littrell.
Santa Rosa damage tops $4 million
'Serious' sewage spills, but how much is unknown
The storms brought record breaking rainfall to Northwest Florida. While these totals cover rainfall over the entire calendar day, the bulk of the rain fell during a nine hour period from late Tuesday night through Wednesday morning. No historical records for rainfall exist for this part of the Panhandle, but the amount that fell over Pensacola was the greatest rainfall on a single calendar day on record.
5 feet. Width of the largest of the sinkholes. 98, the pedestrian bridge and the base perimeter fence line.
Four boil water advisories were issued in Okaloosa County during the course of the storm. All had been lifted by Sunday.911 and service calls deluged local first responders as the storms swept the Emerald Coast.
"There are sewage spills ongoing, serious ones," said Shaun May, the Health Department's environmental manager.
The new Arbennie Pritchett sewage treatment plant constructed to handle 10 million gallons of sewage a day, was enduring record flows of 30 million gallons a day, Littrell said.
Miles of roads decimated on Eglin
Santa Rosa County officials, working with the state and the Federal Emergency Management Agency, said a preliminary count shows at least 350 homes were severely damaged by the flash flood event. The damage is currently estimated at $4.8 million.
water went through the wastewater facility Wednesday. 1.7 million went through Thursday. (On a typical rainy day, the facility will have 700,000 gallons come through.)
feet of chain link fencing will need to be repaired or replaced.
A third lift station in the Tanglewood subdivision overflowed Friday, Littrell said.
Fort Walton Beach officials report more than 100 homes damaged by flood waters.
The storms of April 29 and 30 were among the fiercest to hit Northwest Florida in recent years. In some areas, the relentless rains and consequent flooding were as devastating as hurricanes of years past.
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