In September 2017, Hurricane Irma caused a major storm surge along the Atlantic coast of Central Florida. A 36″ water transmission main in Cocoa was damaged, and normal water service was interrupted to 250,000 residents and a number of government and military installations along the coast and barrier islands. Part of this main ran under the Indian River, which is actually
a lagoon and much wider and deeper than its name implies.
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