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By Ben Kennedy
29 September 2015

MIAMI BEACH, Florida ( – Sunday evening's supermoon is causing the second day of high tides along South Florida's coastline.

"I've been here for 20 years and this is the worst it's ever been," a Miami Beach resident said.

"It's horrible, it's horrible, but what can you do? Can you control mother nature?" added resident Estrella Lima. […]

A resident of Miami Beach wades through floodwaters caused by Supermoon tides, 29 September 2015. High tides were reported throughout Miami-Dade and Broward counties. Photo:

The city of Miami Beach spent $400 million on new pumps to avoid severe flooding, but some residents aren't convinced the pumps made a difference.

"How are the pumps doing?" Local 10 News reporter Ben Kennedy asked.

"You're picking up the water from the street and putting it back in the canal, which is already overflowed. It doesn't make any sense," Lima said. [more]

Supermoon causes second day of flooding along South Florida's coastline



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