Tropical Storm Idalia: Northeast Florida first responders headed to help other counties in need

NCSO Communications Sergeant Marcelia Robinson, Sergeant Kim Shavers, and Communications Officer Amanda Clemons are headed to Suwannee County to assist the Suwannee County Sheriff’s Office Dispatch Center after Hurricane Idalia.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Several Northeast Florida agencies are deploying to help other Florida counties in need in the wake of Hurricane Idalia.


Here’s where our first responders are headed to help:

Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department

On its Instagram Stories, the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department said it is deploying a team to Madison County.

Nassau County Sheriff’s Office

The Nassau County Sheriff’s Office is sending some of its personnel to help the Suwannee County Sheriff’s Office dispatch center:

Bradford County Sheriff’s Office

BCSO said it is sending two teams to Lafayette County to assist.

Clay County Sheriff’s Office

The Clay County Sheriff’s Office said it is deploying to help other Sheriff’s Offices in affected communities.

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