St. Marys River overflowing in some spots | Weather
CAMDEN COUNTY, Ga. -- People living near the St. Marys River in Camden County are stockpiling sandbags.
Mark Crews, the county's emergency management director, said Friday that water has already begun to seep over the riverbanks in some spots.
It is expected some homes will begin taking on water sometime tonight or tomorrow morning.
This is all from Debby.
Meanwhile, photojournalist Mike Kaminski found that flood waters in Baker County have started receding.
A couple told him how they're coping with the flood.
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