LIVE OAK, Fla.-- It only took minutes for Debby to wreak havoc on Suwannee County Tuesday afternoon.
U.S. 90 quickly turned into a lake near the town of Live Oak. Cars and trucks were stranded, and roads were blocked off due to flood waters.
Businesses had their parking lots completely covered, and sinkholes popped up left and right.
"You can see all the water just flooding the trees area, people are driving slow with hazard lights on," Lanorita Butler-Stroman said.
Once the Shell station got immersed, workers packed up, put a sign on the door...and got out of harm's way.
I-10 towards Lake City and Jacksonville were gridlocked in result of the exodus.
People from far and wide tried best to make due.
"We're coming from Ft. Myers, Florida. We went to go pick up a boat. Couldn't pick the boat up because of the storm, now we're trying to get home, but we can't get home because 10 is closed," Joe Sanzaro said.
Once traffic picked up, things didn't get much better. We found this semi overturned and emptied of its contents on 75 south.
"I'm just ready to go home," Sanzaro continued.