APOLLO BEACH, Fla. (WFLA) — Hillsborough County firefighters had to save four people from flooded vehicles in Apollo Beach on Monday night.
According to Hillsborough County Fire Rescue, the drivers were stranded on Golf and Sea Boulevard. They were then rescued and brought to Miller Mac Road and US-41 to meet with their family members.
Thankfully no one was injured, and no homes have been affected by the flooding.
The Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office says there are reports of flooding on Miller Mac Road, Firefly Lane, Golf and Sea Boulevard, Fairway Boulevard and Cacao Drive.
They are asking everyone to avoid potential drowning by turning around and not driving on flooded roads. Deputies also want to remind drivers that inoperable traffic signals need to be treated as a four-way stop.
Hillsborough County is making sandbag materials available to residents until midnight on Monday. For more information on where to get them, click here.
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