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Ocala teacher accused of drowning raccoons during class

Ocala teacher accused of drowning raccoons during class



2018-05-17T02:30:25+0000

A Marion County teacher is under investigation after being accused of drowning raccoons while students watched and assisted.




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Latest track show #Alberto making landfall in the Florida Panhandle by Monday morning. However, impacts begin as early as this evening.

Rain: 4-8", up to 12" (thru Tues)
Winds: Tropical storm force (by tonight)
Storm Surge: 2-4' (at high tide)

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Floods are the most common natural disaster in the United States. Failing to evacuate flooded areas, entering flood waters, or remaining after a flood has passed is dangerous. Learn more at https://t.co/1d6VPM05Qi

Here are the 11 am EDT/10 am CDT Key Messages on #Alberto. Full advisory at https://t.co/tW4KeGdBFb

Latest Subtropical Storm #Alberto Advisory:

-Winds have come up slightly, indicating slight strengthening
-Moving north at 14mph, could mean an earlier landfall than initially expected if this continues

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Rain band continues to move northward into Jacksonville area. No lightning detected at this time. 10:36 AM EDT #flwx #gawx

During this holiday week, all residential garbage/recycling customers will receive service 1 day later than their regularly scheduled service, which will also impact blue week customers for bulky items and yard waste pickup. https://t.co/zkDJtTpXUO

Waves of heavy rain continue this morning as Subtropical Storm #Alberto passes just over 240 miles to #Miami's west. An isolated chance for severe weather remains as well.

We have you covered all day online, on @nbc6 app & onair! Stay weather aware today.

Severe Thunderstorm Warning issued for southern Miami-Dade County until 10:15 a.m. – https://t.co/f6ODwnqCvA

If you haven't already downloaded DigiTally, the City’s free trouble-reporting app, there is no better time than right now. If power goes out during a storm, you can quickly & easily report it through the app via your smart phone or tablet. https://t.co/0WfarQyHbb #HurricaneReady

During a flood, water levels & the rate at which the water is flowing can quickly change. Do not drive or walk into flood waters. It only takes 6 inches of water to knock you off your feet. Stay informed by monitoring local radio & TV for updates. #flwx #gawx #jaxwx #jaxready

Tornado Warning in Miami-Dade County expires. The threat of severe storms, floods and isolated tornadoes continues on Sunday as Subtropical Storm Alberto brings heavy rain, strong winds – https://t.co/lyeWZtHMxD

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