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  • Aug. 22: Darlene Garvey carries a bird rescued from Garvey's flooded home in Melbourne,Fla.
  • Aug. 22: Work crews drop fill dirt over a temporary barricade to keep rain water from Tropical Storm Fay off Enterprise Road in Debary, Fla.
  • Aug. 22: A front end loader moves dirt to build a dike to stop flooding around a parking lot at Florida Hospital in Orange City, Fla.
  • Aug. 22: Flood waters surround a "no swimming" sign in Melbourne, Fla.
  • Aug. 22: Stan Kasyanov surveys flood waters surrounding his house left by Tropical Storm Fay in the Lamplighter Village in Melbourne, Fla.
  • Aug. 22: National Guardsmen escort residents to a Melbourne, Fla. neighborhood to get their pets and medicines as heavy rains from Tropical Storm Fay added to flooding problems.
  • Aug. 21: National Guard troops help Mike White, left, evacuate his home in the Lamplighter Village neighborhood after rains from Tropical Storm Fay flooded the area in Melbourne, Fla.
  • Aug. 21: National Guard troops and local law enforcement officers wade through water in the Lamplighter Village neighborhood helping residents evacuate from the flooding caused by Tropical Storm Fay.
  • Aug. 21: City employees make their way through flood waters to a government building in Fort Pierce, Fla.
  • Aug. 21: Flood water a foot and half deep surrounds a government building in Fort Pierce, Fla.
  • Aug. 20: Kevin Gallant and his stepson Cody Biles, 14, use their canoe to maneuver through their neighborhood.
  • Aug. 20: George Torzsa, 15, right, and Patrick Fuzzard, 15, use a tarp and wind from Tropical Storm Fay to power their skateboard and inline skates down Atlantic Avenue in Ponce Inlet, Fla.
  • Aug. 20: This satellite view provided by NASA shows Tropical Storm Fay as it hovers over Florida, made at about 6:30 p.m., on Wednesday.
  • Aug. 20: Girls prepare to take a kayak trip down a street in Port St. Lucie, Fla.
  • Aug. 20: Heavy surf roils against the Cocoa Beach Pier, a landmark in Cocoa Beach, Fla., as wind and rain from Tropical Storm Fay moved slowly across Brevard County causing widespread flooding.
  • Aug. 20: Treasure Coast Hospice Nurse Muriel Hylton waves to her coworkers after arriving in front of the Paradise Care Cottage in Port St. Lucie Fla.
  • Aug. 20: A sign stands out among the flood water in front of a shopping plaza in Port St. Lucie, Fla.
  • Aug. 20: Satellite/radar image shows Tropical Storm Fay near Florida.
  • Aug. 20: Spaghetti models show Tropical Storm Fay near Florida.
  • Aug. 20: Enhanced satellite image shows Tropical Storm Fay near Florida.
  • Aug. 19: This NOAA satellite image shows Tropical Storm Fay near Florida.
  • Aug. 19: A satellite image provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows Tropical Storm Fay as it approaches the west coast of Florida.
  • Aug. 18: An unidentified couple walk in the rain as Tropical Storm Fay approaches the Florida Keys in Big Pine Key, Fla.
  • Aug. 18: Cliff Fischer holds on to his boogie board in tropical storm Fay's winds in Big Pine Key, Fla.
  • Aug. 18: Storm enthusiasts get soaked by waves crashing against the pier in Key West, Fla. during Tropical Storm Fay.
  • Aug. 18, 2008: Pedestrians run across North Roosevelt Boulevard, also known as U.S. Highway One, in Key West, Fla., as rain bands from Tropical Storm Fay cover the island.
  • Aug. 18, 2008: Television crews from around South Florida broadcast in Key West, Fla, as the first rains of Tropical Storm Fay come ashore.
  • Aug. 18, 2008: Worrying about his irreplaceable belongings being lost in a tidal surge, Bonita Springs resident Joshua Esters, 71, places what he can in the back of his pickup truck Monday morning in preparation for Tropical Storm Fay's expected landfall Tuesday.
  • Aug. 18, 2008: Surfers get a rare treat on South Beach in Miami, Fla., as waves break stronger while Tropical Storm Fay makes its way toward the U.S. mainland and South Florida.
  • Aug. 18, 2008: A boat is whipped by winds in Key West, Fla. Forecasters said Tropical Storm Fay is expected to near hurricane strength, which starts at wind speeds of 74 mph, when it reaches the Florida Keys later Monday. Aside from wind damage, most of the islands sit at sea level and could face some flooding from Fay's storm surge.
  • Aug. 18, 2008: Damian Waters, left, and Chevi Meister check out the waves next to the southernmost point in Key West, Fla. Forecasters said Tropical Storm Fay is expected to near hurricane strength, which starts at wind speeds of 74 mph, when it reaches the Florida Keys later Monday. Aside from wind damage, most of the islands sit at sea level and could face some flooding from Fay's storm surge.
  • Aug. 18, 2008: A pedestrian walks down Duval Street in Key West, Fla. Forecasters said Tropical Storm Fay is expected to near hurricane strength, which starts at windspeeds of 74 mph, when it reaches the Keys later Monday. Aside from wind damage, most of the islands sit at sea level and could face some limited flooding from Fay's storm surge.
  • Aug. 18, 2008: Ryan Hughes, left and Dwayne Myers, from televison station NBC 2, prepare for a live broadcast from the beach in Naples, Fla., early Monday morning. The calm before the storm will give way to Tropical Storm Fay, which is expected to make landfall in southwest Florida early Tuesday morning.
  • Aug. 18, 2008: Tom Robinson prepares his fishing charter boat, "Sea Legs", for the arival of Tropical Storm Fay at the Naples City Dock Monday, Aug. 18, 2008. Robinson said he learned a lesson after Hurricane Wilma and was preparing for Fay.
  • Aug. 18, 2008: Friends Petra Perkins, left, and Caterina Gomez, both of Key West, Fla., say goodbye as Perkins prepares to board the last flight out before the airport closes due to the approaching storm in Key West. Forecasters said Tropical Storm Fay is expected to near hurricane strength, which starts at wind speeds of 74 mph, when it reaches the Florida Keys later Monday. Aside from wind damage, most of the islands sit at sea level and could face some flooding from Fay's storm surge.
  • Aug. 18, 2008: Workers install hurricane shutters at a local business in Marathon Key, Fla. as Tropical Storm Fay approaches the Florida Keys.
  • Aug. 18, 2008: A tropical storm warning flag flutters in light winds in front of the National Weather Service Weather Forecast Office in Key West, Fla. Forecasters said Tropical Storm Fay is expected to be at near hurricane strength, which starts at wind speeds of 74 mph, when it reaches the Florida Keys later Monday. Aside from wind damage, most of the islands sit at sea level and could face some flooding from Fay's storm surge
  • Aug. 18, 2008: Friends Caterina Gomez, left, and Petra Perkins, both of Key West, Fla., say goodbye as Perkins prepares to board the last flight out before the airport closes due to the storm in Key West. Forecasters said Tropical Storm Fay is expected to near hurricane strength, which starts at wind speeds of 74 mph, when it reaches the Florida Keys later Monday. Aside from wind damage, most of the islands sit at sea level and could face some limited flooding from Fay's storm surge.

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