Photos: Debby deluges Florida

Updated 4:50 PM ET, Wed June 27, 2012
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Emergency crews work the scene of a flooded street, where Pasco County Sheriff's Office Public Information Officer Doug Tobin confirms they are attempting to recover an unidentified body in New Port Richey, Florida, on Wednesday, June 27. Debby weakened to a tropical depression after it drifted ashore on Florida's Gulf Coast on Tuesday. reuters/landov
A car drives on a flooded street on Tuesday, June 26, in New Port Richey, Florida. Residents are preparing to leave under a mandatory evacuation order. According to local reports, two area rivers have converged and surpassed the 100-year flood plain. Getty Images
A mother and her children prepare evacuate the New Port Richey, Florida, area. Getty Images
Residents of the Mill Run area ready their homes with sandbags in preparation of the continually approaching storm. Getty Images
Doreen Ferrilo opens the door to her flooded home to salvage what she can before she must evacuate. Getty Images
A house in Lecanto, Florida, is damaged after a tornado associated with Tropical Storm Debby passed through over the weekend. The slow mover has buffeted parts of Florida with driving rains and high winds as it hovered off the Gulf of Mexico. Reuters/Landov
The aftermath of a tornado on Sunday, June 24, leaves a building destroyed and vehicles damaged in Lecanto. Tropical Storm Debby has wreaked widespread havoc in Florida, dumping nearly 2 feet of rain in some areas. Reuters/Landov
Angela Kelly and her sons Ethan, 3, and Alex, 6, check out flooding damage in their St. Petersburg-area neighborhood Monday, June 25. Isolated parts of Florida could see 25 inches of rain from Debby. Reuters/Landov
Mike Foster uses caution tape Monday to rope off what's left of a roof on his employer's property after the storm hit Pass-A-Grille Beach, Florida. Reuters/Landov
A tree is seen uprooted by the winds of the storm. Courtesy Kim Segal
Structural damage is apparent in Pass-A-Grille Beach after an apparent tornado Sunday night. Reuters/Landov
A worker begins removing debris Monday from damaged buildings in Pass-A-Grille Beach. Reuters/Landov
Jeff Higgins, manager of the Gulf Drive Cafe, inspects damage to his restaurant Monday as high winds associated with Debby batter Bradenton Beach, Florida. Reuters/Landov
Brittany Cheak, from left, Al Church and Angie Cheak help mop up inside the Seahorse Tavern & Restaurant on Monday in St. Pete Beach, Florida. Reuters/Landov
The Bradenton Beach Public Works Department's Tim Change takes photos of damage from boats hitting the pier after they broke free from their moorings. Reuters/Landov
Tropical Storm Debby appears in a satellite image on Tuesday, June 26. Forecasters warn Debby could bring another 8 inches of rain to northern Florida as it heads from the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic Ocean. Reuters/Landov