SUBURBAN WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. -- The South Florida Water Management District conducted a drill Wednesday to make sure the agency is ready for a hurricane.
The drill is referred to as "Hurricane Freddy."
Crews at SFWMD headquarters, and the S-5A pump station on State Road 80, are testing emergency management and flood control procedures.
A pump operator said the agency appears well prepared to respond if a storm strikes South Florida.
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