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  • Hurricane Irma inundated this national monument with water

    Fort Pulaski National Monument is inundated with water from Hurricane Irma as the Incident Management Team saw when it conducted an initial assessment of Cockspur Island. Irma produced a near record 12.24 foot tide and caused a considerable amount of flooding in the park. The fort is located on the coast near Savannah, Georgia. Take a look.

Hurricane Irma inundated this national monument with water

Fort Pulaski National Monument is inundated with water from Hurricane Irma as the Incident Management Team saw when it conducted an initial assessment of Cockspur Island. Irma produced a near record 12.24 foot tide and caused a considerable amount of flooding in the park. The fort is located on the coast near Savannah, Georgia. Take a look.
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