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Rescuers used boats, water scooters and even surfboards to get to residents surprised by the rising waters, said Kimberly Morgan, a spokeswoman for the Clay County emergency center.
Over the summer, one woman (or wizard?) rode the waves on a surfboard while tricking out with a lacrosse stick.
Yes, there is such a place. Filled with surfboards.
The next morning, at around 1 a.m., the family escaped through the water, with the children floating on a surfboard and Adam and Emily in the water, according to ABC News.
The bystander reported that the surfboard came back to shore without its rider, and heard cries for help, Barney said.
Shaped like surfboard wax, the cylindrical soaps come in two scents—Lavender & Sage and Cedar & Mint—and contain olive, coconut, and grape-seed oils (to moisturize) and sanitized sand (to exfoliate).
The availability of basic supplies hinders many locals who simply can't afford the equipment, and specialist items such as wax for the surfboards has to be rationed all year round.
One man used his daughter's surfboard to paddle along streets to check out the damage.
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