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Cresent Lake residents say Blue Springs Road looked like a raging river

ESCAMBIA COUNTY   --  The possibility of more rain is an unwelcome thought for many here in Pensacola.
Several neighborhoods are still dealing with flooding from the storms.
One is the Crescent Lake area near Crescent Lake off of Michigan Avenue.
Today we are seeing so many stories that are just heartbreaking.
Behind me you can see of vehicles swallowed up as well as homes destroyed. 
Residents say Blue Springs Road looked like a raging river...:

Catfish Woodham has lived in this house for more than 20 years.
 You can see where it all caved in.
 Now he and his roommate are homeless. The heavy rain destroyed their home.

This is the living room where we had our couch and everything the water came through the kitchen cave-in and then caved all this in. Everything in here is lost

It's hard for him to believe all this is real...
This is just blowing my mind this morning I woke up hoping it was a dream but it ain't. It's real.

So what's next for him?  Trying to figure out how to start over....
That's all I can tell you.   The bad thing about it is we don't have insurance

All day, ECUA- Gulf Power, has been out here trying to get things restored for the rest of the community.