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Canal flooding

Candle Lake
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Canal flooding

We rented a house on a canal. Was there flooding from the canals into pools after Irma?

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1. Re: Canal flooding

I would contact the owners of whomever you rented from.

We are staying in Cape Coral - on a canal - later in the year and the owner of our rental says everything is fine in the area - they had little to no damage.

Candle Lake
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2. Re: Canal flooding

Thank you That's encouraging.

london
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3. Re: Canal flooding

My daughter is out there at the moment and had no damage and no flooding at all. They are in the south west and everything is fine. But contact the agent to verify. I think Cape Coral mostly got off pretty light compared to some places.

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4. Re: Canal flooding

The flooding was expected in CC due to the eye comeing over and CC was due to be just east and get the worst of the storm surge.

But the hurricane wobbled last minute and so CC didnt get the surge. Close run thing really, CC had a mandatory Evac notice If I remember correctly. I saw BRits from CC being interviewd at the shelter at the Germain center

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