In DeBary, some residents are furious because they said water being pumped from other flooded areas is spilling into their neighborhoods.
Seven thousand gallon tanker trucks poured water into Anna Copeland's subdivision. She was keeping an eye on the pond behind her home.
"Is it going to cause a sinkhole?" she asked. "All of these trucks are pumping 100,000 gallons of water an hour. It's going through these drains and into three ponds in this area."
Her Springview subdivision is just one of several neighborhoods suffering from Fay's aftermath.
DeBary leaders said they are not trying to make matters worse but they have to spread out the water through the city in order for it to recede.
"I hate like hell to see them flood my daughter and other people," said DeBary resident Gene Stump. "It's not if, but when."
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