Water levels rise in Pasco County, officials issue voluntary evacuation

This is the third year in a row people in the community have seen high waters.

PASCO COUNTY, Fla. -- Rising water is prolonging the clean up after Hurricane Irma hit the state.

The following areas are under voluntary evacuation because of rising flood water levels in Lake Worrell Acres, Cranes Roost, Bass Lake and the surrounding areas. 

Evacuees are advised to stay with family or friends but the Mike Fasano Regional Hurricane Shelter, located at 11611 Denton Ave., Hudson is also available for residents.  

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