Fort Lauderdale soaked in over 2 feet of rain, forced to close airport #Shorts

Fort Lauderdale and surrounding Florida towns were drenched in over 2 feet of rain, causing the airport to close amid flooding.

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South Florida was under siege and under water Thursday amid a storm that dumped 25 inches of rain over some coastal areas, flooding homes and highways and forcing the shutdown of a major airport.

Fort Lauderdale was slammed with 25.95 inches of rainfall over the last two days and nearby Dania Beach recorded 21.42 inches, AccuWeather reported. Some areas received 20 inches of rain in six hours. Hollywood and South Miami received at least 9 inches of rain.

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  1. Me and my family are renting a house in Fort Lauderdale because we are on vacation and we are leaving early because our pool is full of sewage, my parents bedroom has a leek in the roof and the sink is clogged

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