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2) Southeast Florida in 1928

This storm was responsible for creating a flood of about 10-15 feet deep and causing about 2,500 deaths. It was so destructive that it caused the Lake Okeechobee to overflow due to a massive storm surge, which consequently contributed to the 10-15 feet of water. This was one of the worst storms on record and would cause devastation today.

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