JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Brittany Vidal decided to wrap her home in heavy-duty plastic in the Davis Shores neighborhood.
Using 300 sandbags and a whole lot of duct tape to reinforce the wrap, she is hoping it keeps water from Hurricane Dorian from coming into her house.
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She and others who live in the Davis Shores area dealt with major flooding in hurricanes Matthew and Irma.
When a storm comes, neighbors there know the risks.
Davis Shores is in Evacuation Zone A. Zones A and B have a population of close to 149,000 people who were asked to evacuate.
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