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Mail Carrier Rescued as Heavy Rains Cause Flooded Roadways

HERNANDO – Officials are urging drivers to stay off the road today, as heavy rains cause flooding and dangerous driving conditions for motorists.

The National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory for the entire viewing area until 3:30 PM today and rain is expected to continue throughout the weekend.

RNRF took to the streets this afternoon and witnessed a mail carrier truck being pulled from the area of Horse Lake Road and Wiscon Road. Due to the water’s depth, Fire Rescue responded to the scene and rescued the driver from the rising waters.

The following roadways have been impacted by the rain, according to officials.

VFW & 41

Broad St at Lakeside MHP

Howell at Brockaway Lane

Monroe St / Masaryktown

BW Stevenson & Sam C Road

Candlelight and Moonlight Brooksville

Stafford / Highland near RR tracks in Brooksville

Tundra Dr /Fish Eagle

Manecke Rd.

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  • The comment made about the building was about not building in these areas, not that the building is causing the flooding. 😉

    Sunday, 9 August 2015, 2:07 pm
  • This is nothing new to this area, it has always had flooding issues. This is not from building etc it naturally marshy and wet over in that area to begin with, standing water is not uncommon unless we are in the driest of times. 35 years ago we had to avoid cutting through that area and even some of Wiscon behind the hospital after heavy rains because of water covering the roads at times…

    Sunday, 9 August 2015, 12:44 pm
  • Great job tom keep on reporting facts as you see them…only the truth wil prevail in the long run…a wise man told me one time, he said orsen if you give someone enough rope they will hang themselves so i did it and guess what, he’s a very wise man and the truth always wins in the end no matter how much s**t you have to wade through

    Sunday, 9 August 2015, 10:23 am
  • Great Pictures Tom Maybe the next time we get a Flood like this you could take A Boat into VFW Road only one way in and
    around 200 People stuck in there homes every time they have to block off U.S 41 & VFW Rd.

    Saturday, 8 August 2015, 10:39 pm
  • I thought it was…through hail, rain, sleet or snow the mail must go! USPS needs some airboats!

    Saturday, 8 August 2015, 10:35 pm
  • Florida IS ALL sand!!!!

    Saturday, 8 August 2015, 8:34 pm
  • TOM YOU NEVER GET STUCK,THANKS FOR THE PHOTOS

    Saturday, 8 August 2015, 5:48 pm
  • They should have included Old Crystal River Dr too..

    Saturday, 8 August 2015, 4:27 pm
  • When are the stupid county commissioners going to STOP developers from building ON swamp land…..whats yall mean we can’t build on this Goober…lol..

    Saturday, 8 August 2015, 3:57 pm
    • This is why we need the Impact Fees returned…so that the builders will be more careful where they build and not build on flood-prone land. Actually, builders should be driving around and scoping out the flooded lands, now. Thank you, Tom, for all your information! There was NO coverage about Hernando County on any news station, until yesterday. I guess someone read your column and figured it out, that it DOES rain here, too.

      Sunday, 9 August 2015, 11:10 am
  • Yea it’s nice to have one source that reports things going on solely in Hernando county. The other media don’t cover Hernando co. Unless it’s a big incident.

    Saturday, 8 August 2015, 3:20 pm
  • I AGREE WITH IRENE

    Saturday, 8 August 2015, 3:19 pm
  • I agree with Irene. Nice site. Fast news, great pics.

    Saturday, 8 August 2015, 3:06 pm
  • New to your site, you guys have awesome reports and pictures.

    Saturday, 8 August 2015, 3:00 pm

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