Florida National Guard assisting with recovery in Pensacola
The National Guard in Florida is assisting emergency crews during Tropical Storm Sally.
Servicemen and women were out in Pensacola Wednesday to help with rescue efforts. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis activated 500 National Guard members to assist.
Nearly 600 search and rescue missions have been conducted since Sally made landfall Wednesday.
The Florida National Guard worked alongside local emergency crews to get into flooded areas, unload generators, as well as help people get to and from their homes safely.
More than two feet of rain has hit some parts of Pensacola, flooding roadways all over.
The city is under a 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew for the next 72 hours.