JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The City of Jacksonville is recovering this morning after Tropical Storm Beryl made landfall at 12:10 a.m. Monday.
There are no reports of deaths or injuries to any residents.
Some 20,000 customers are without power, according to JEA, and the Mathews Bridge is closed to traffic.
The storm disrupted countless Memorial Day celebrations throughout the Jacksonville area. Monday's garbage collection has been canceled and will resume on Tuesday.
Jacksonville Fire and Rescue is working more than 350 reports of trees blocking roadways this morning.
Jacksonville city officials are asking residents to phone in reports of storm damage to 904-630-CITY (2489). Any reports of power outages can be directed to JEA at 904-655-6000.
If you see a downed powerline, assume it is live and do not touch it. Call 911 for help.
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