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Tropical Storm Fay: Tuesday

Cpl. Rob Reu, right, and Cpl. Daniel Fano, left, clear a downed tree from Radio Road in Naples after Tropical Storm Fay moved through the city, causing power outages and flooding streets on August 19, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff

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Cpl. Rob Reu, right, and Cpl. Daniel Fano, left, clear a downed tree from Radio Road in Naples after Tropical Storm Fay moved through the city, causing power outages and flooding streets on August 19, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff

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  • Scott Simone photographs the raging surf near the Naples Pier Tuesday morning as Tropical Storm Fay made landfall. Simone was on his way to work and decided to stop by the gulf shoot some photos to show to friends. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • The Naples pier was closed as Tropical Storm blew through in the early Tuesday morning. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • Cpl Mike Nelson, left, and Cpl Ken Vila of the Collier County Sheriff's Office inspect a tree on Pelton Street in Naples on Tuesday, August 19, 2008 after it toppled from Tropical Storm Fay, taking out power lines and blocking access to the road. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Cpl. Ken Vila of the Collier County Sheriff's Office inspects a tree on Pelton Street in Naples on Tuesday, August 19, 2008 after it toppled from Tropical Storm Fay, taking out power lines and blocking access to the road. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Cpl. Rob Reu, right, and Cpl. Daniel Fano, left, clear a downed tree from Radio Road in Naples after Tropical Storm Fay moved through the city, causing power outages and flooding streets on August 19, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Carol Soucy explores a flooded Embassy Lane in Naples near her home after tropical storm Fay flooded roads and downed power lines on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Cpl. Rob Reu clears a downed tree from Radio Road in Naples after Tropical Storm Fay moved through the city, causing power outages and flooding streets on August 19, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Cpl. Rob Reu clears a downed tree from Radio Road in Naples after Tropical Storm Fay moved through the city, causing power outages and flooding streets on August 19, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Jeff Dooley surveys his front yard while having a cigarette as Tropical Storm Fay continued to dump rain on Naples Tuesday, August 19, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Cpl. Rob Reu clears a downed tree from Radio Road in Naples after Tropical Storm Fay moved through the city, causing power outages and flooding streets on August 19, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • A resident returns to his home on a flooded Pelton Street in Naples during the tail end of Tropical Storm Fay on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Dave Bantee, left a city of Naples employee, poses for a photo with Patricia Heripret, center, while her husband Jacques records their vacation moment in Naples. The two on vacation from Paris rode the storm out at the Inn on Fifth. 'We enjoyed the storm and thought it was exciting,' said Patricia Heripret. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • Dave Bantee, a city of Naples employee, picks up palm fronds along Fifth Avenue Tuesday Morning. Bantee and other city employees were out cleaning up the streets in Naples clearing it of minor debris caused by Tropical Storm Fay. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • A couple of teenagers decide to enjoy the early morning surf kicked up by Tropical Storm Fay early Tuesday morning. Fay made a direct hit at Cape Romano south of Marco Island. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • J.R. Hobbs watches the weather kicked up by Tropical Storm Fay near the Naples Pier Tuesday morning. Fay made landfall but seemed to cause little damage to Old Naples. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • Scott Simone photographs the raging surf near the Naples Pier Tuesday morning as Tropical Storm Fay made landfall. Simone was on his way to work and decided to stop by the gulf shoot some photos to show to friends. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • Fifth Avenue in Old Naples was relatively clear as Tropical Storm Fay blew through while city of Naples crews clean up fallen debris from trees early Monday morning. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • The Naples pier was closed as Tropical Storm blew through in the early Tuesday morning morning. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • A city of Naples employee watches the surf from the midpoint of the Naples Pier Tuesday morning. The pier was closed as Tropical Storm blew through in the early morning. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • Gulfshore Boulevard flooding early Tuesday morning as Tropical Storm Fay blows through Naples. Erik Kellar/Staff
  • Meterologist Jim Cantore of The Weather Channel, right, interviews Naples Mayor Bill Barnett on the sand behind the Edgewater Beach Hotel in Naples as Tropical Storm Fay made landfall on Monday, August 18, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Cpl Louis Soto pf the Collier County Sheriff's Departmentdirects traffic at the intersection of Estey Avenue and Airport-Pulling Road early Tuesday after the high winds knocked out the power. Judty Lutz/staff
  • A surfer makes his way out as the waves churn from the winds created by Tropical Storm Fay near Naples Pier. Jonathan Foerster/staff
  • Surfers walk the shoreline near the Naples Pier looking to catch waves that churn from Tropical Storm Fay. Jonathan Foerster/staff
  • Cpl. Jeff Gregor directs traffic at the intersection of Estey Avenue and Airport-Pulling Road. The taraffic light had been knocked out due to high winds generated from Tropical Storm Fay. Judy Lutz/staff
  • Surfers brave the waves near the Naples Pier early Tuesday as Tropical Storm Fay passed through the area. Jonathan Foerster/staff
  • A steady stream of sight seers headed out to Bonita Beach early Tuesday morning to assess any potential damage from Tropical Storm Fay.  Strong wind and rain also created strong waves and tides.  Tropical storm Fay hit Lee County early Tuesday morning leaving very little, if any damage but dumping plenty of water over the region.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • A steady stream of sight seers headed out to Bonita Beach early Tuesday morning to assess any potential damage from Tropical Storm Fay.  Strong wind and rain also created strong waves and tides.  Tropical storm Fay hit Lee County early Tuesday morning leaving very little, if any damage but dumping plenty of water over the region.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • A steady stream of sight seers headed out to Bonita Beach early Tuesday morning to assess any potential damage from Tropical Storm Fay.  Strong wind and rain also created strong waves and tides.  Tropical storm Fay hit Lee County early Tuesday morning leaving very little, if any damage but dumping plenty of water over the region.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • A steady stream of sight seers headed out to Bonita Beach early Tuesday morning to assess any potential damage from Tropical Storm Fay.  Strong wind and rain also created strong waves and tides.  Tropical storm Fay hit Lee County early Tuesday morning leaving very little, if any damage but dumping plenty of water over the region.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • A steady stream of sight seers headed out to Bonita Beach early Tuesday morning to assess any potential damage from Tropical Storm Fay.  Strong wind and rain also created strong waves and tides.  Tropical storm Fay hit Lee County early Tuesday morning leaving very little, if any damage but dumping plenty of water over the region.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Lillian Koeppen, 1, right, and her brother Camden, 2, take advantage of the rising water in front of their home in Everglades City on Tuesday morning after tropical storm Fay went through Southwest Florida. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • Near the corner of Corkscrew Road and Corkscrew Limes Road twelve electric poles went down due to tornado activity from Tropical Storm Fay on Tuesday morning outside Estero. Photo submitted by Michele AnneLouise Cohen
  • A steady stream of sight seers headed out to Bonita Beach early Tuesday morning to assess any potential damage from Tropical Storm Fay.  Strong wind and rain also created strong waves and tides.  Tropical storm Fay hit Lee County early Tuesday morning leaving very little, if any damage but dumping plenty of water over the region.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Angelica Perez, 2, left, holds on tight to her cousin Adelina Martinez, 3, as they and Alicia Martinez, 10, ride in a flat bottom boat on the street in front of a family members home in Everglades City on Tuesday morning after tropical storm Fay went through Southwest Florida. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • Dreann Smallwood, 2,  hugs her daughter Lillian Koeppen, 1, on the front porch of their home while water recedes in their neighborhood in Everglades City on Tuesday morning after tropical storm Fay went through Southwest Florida. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • Karen Colson, left, leaves  Leebo's Rock Bottom Bar in Everglades City to get home before the 11 p..m. curfew Monday night as tropical storm Fay approached land. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • Leebo Noble, left, keeps an eye on the news as he spends the evening at his bar, Leebo's Rock Bottom Bar in Everglades City on Monday night as tropical storm Fay approached land. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • Mark Markel, right, and Pat Galloway look at a piece of loading dock that was washed on to Copeland Avenue, the road between  Everglades City and Chokolosee, on Tuesday morning after tropical storm Fay went through Southwest Florida. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • Linda Markel walks around the Captain's Table as waters rise near downtown in Everglades City on Tuesday morning after tropical storm Fay went through Southwest Florida. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • Leebo Noble, left, plays a song while customer Sherry Eagle, of Naples, sings along as they wait out the the storm Leebo's Rock Bottom Bar in Everglades City on Monday night as tropical storm Fay approached land. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • A truck drives through debris that was left on Copeland Avenue, the road between  Everglades City and Chokolosee on Tuesday morning after tropical storm Fay went through Southwest Florida. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • Joann Carroll, 50, takes pictures with her cell phone of the flooding downtown in Everglades City on Tuesday morning after tropical storm Fay went through Southwest Florida. 'This is a little higher than a spring tide that we get,' said Carroll of the water that rose in town overnight. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • A deluge from Tropical Storm Fay hit Naples in the early morning on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • A surfer runs toward the water, startling a flock of birds at the Naples beach as the last of Tropical Storm Fay rolled through the area on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Jonothan Norton, left, and Alberto Diaz, right, prepare to take advantage of large surf at the Naples Beach as the last of Tropical Storm Fay rolled through the area on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Ten-year-old Colby Murphy, right, tries to balance on top of a plastic locker while floating in the front yard of the Leandro Martinez, center, on Pelton Street in Naples on Tuesday, August 19, 2008 after Tropical Storm Fay drenched Southwest Florida. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • On Tuesday morning after Tropical Storm Fay passed over Marco Island, Oliver Ruec wakes up to a house full of water in the duplex he rents on 2nd Ave near Marco Lake Dr. The duplex also flooded during the heavy rains last month, so Ruec plans to find another place to live. Jennifer Whitney/ staff
  • From left: Patricia Antoniak, 6, Cynthia Majewski, 9, Threasa Majewski, 4, and Cofia Majewski, 8, enjoy the strong wind from off the coast as the last of Tropical Storm Fay moved over Naples on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Cpl. Rob Reu clears a downed tree from Radio Road in Naples after Tropical Storm Fay moved through the city, causing power outages and flooding streets on August 19, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • A steady stream of sight seers headed out to Bonita Beach early Tuesday morning to assess any potential damage from Tropical Storm Fay.  Strong wind and rain also created strong waves and tides.  Tropical storm Fay hit Lee County early Tuesday morning leaving very little, if any damage but dumping plenty of water over the region.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Bob Gibson and his son's dog, Mack, take shelter from the rain at his Goodland mobile home Tuesday afternoon. Gibson and Mack weathered the storm in Naples Monday night, returning to find that Goodland had fared well, in spite of forecasts for 6-foot storm surge. Leslie Williams/Staff
  • Karen Colson, left, kisses Rhonda Noble goodbye as she leaves  Leebo's Rock Bottom Bar in Everglades City to get home before the 11 p..m. curfew Monday night as tropical storm Fay approached land. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • A steady stream of sight seers headed out to Bonita Beach early Tuesday morning to assess any potential damage from Tropical Storm Fay.  Strong wind and rain also created strong waves and tides.  Tropical storm Fay hit Lee County early Tuesday morning leaving very little, if any damage but dumping plenty of water over the region.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • A steady stream of sight seers headed out to Bonita Beach early Tuesday morning to assess any potential damage from Tropical Storm Fay.  Strong wind and rain also created strong waves and tides.  Tropical storm Fay hit Lee County early Tuesday morning leaving very little, if any damage but dumping plenty of water over the region.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • A steady stream of sight seers headed out to Bonita Beach early Tuesday morning to assess any potential damage from Tropical Storm Fay.  Strong wind and rain also created strong waves and tides.  Tropical storm Fay hit Lee County early Tuesday morning leaving very little, if any damage but dumping plenty of water over the region.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Mel Smith, 60, weathered out the storm on his boat, Italian Princess, docked under the Goodland Bridge on Marco Island. Though Smith lives in a house on Marco, he decided to guard the boat, which he purchased to restore and resell, as Tropical Storm Fay passed over.  Jennifer Whitney/ staff
  • Vanessa Ayala, of Maria's Jewlery on Golden Gate Parkway cleans up the glass fragments left from her window display after intruders broke in just after 8 pm Monday night, taking an excess of ten thousand dollars in jewlery and watches. Ayala is co-owner with her mother, Maria Ayala. / KEN LANE, STAFF
  • Angelica Perez, 2, front left, Adelina Martinez, 3, as they and Alicia Martinez, 10, background hold on as they ride in a flat bottom boat being pulled by Joe Shirino on a four wheeler in the street in front of the family's home in Everglades City on Tuesday morning after tropical storm Fay went through Southwest Florida. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • Water surrounds Everglades City Hall in Everglades City on Tuesday morning after tropical storm Fay went through Southwest Florida. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • Lillian Koeppen, 1, left, and her brother Camden, 2, take advantage of the rising water in front of their home in Everglades City on Tuesday morning after tropical storm Fay went through Southwest Florida. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • Governor Charlie Crist made an appearance in Collier County Tuesday in the wake of tropical storm Fay, congratulating emergency personnel at the Collier County EOC for their efforts.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Governor Charlie Crist made an appearance in Collier County Tuesday in the wake of tropical storm Fay, congratulating emergency personnel at the Collier County EOC for their efforts.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • Angela Helm, of Naples, surveys her front yard on Immokalee Road in Big Cypress Island which flooded when Tropical Storm Fay passed through the area on Tuesday, August 19, 2008.   David Albers/ Naples Daily News
  • Tommy Helm, of Naples, surveys his front yard on Immokalee Road in Big Cypress Island which flooded when Tropical Storm Fay passed through the area on Tuesday, August 19, 2008.   David Albers/ Staff
  • Alicia Martinez, 10, from left Angelica Perez, 2, Adelina Martinez, 3, hold on as they ride in a flat bottom boat being pulled by Joe Shirino on a four wheeler in the street in front of the family's home in Everglades City on Tuesday morning after tropical storm Fay went through Southwest Florida. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • Carlos Valdes empties water out of his friend's flat bottom boat with a frying pan in front of his home in Everglades City on Tuesday morning after tropical storm Fay went through Southwest Florida. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
  • Camden Koeppen, 2 looks at the rising water in front of his home in Everglades City on Tuesday morning after tropical storm Fay went through Southwest Florida. Lexey Swall-Bobay/Staff
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Capri Cafe opened to offer free, hot coffee to the community in Isles of Capri Tuesday morning. While the cafe remained out of power throughout the day Tuesday and could not open to provide their full menu, they became the center of the community to discuss limited damage due to Fay.  Kelly Farrell/staff
  • Maria Ayala, co-owner of Maria's Jewlery of Golden Gate City, sweeps what remains of her storefront window after thieves broke in just after 8 pm Monday night, stealing an excess of ten thousand dollars in jewlery and watches. / KEN LANE, STAFF
  • Tropical storm Fay didn't keep the regulars away from Nanna Vetta's restaurant Tuesday morning. Here North Naples resident Tom Sapp makes sure to add a birthday wish to owner Nanna Vetta to his regular visit. / KEN LANE, STAFF
  • On Tuesday morning after Tropical Storm Fay passed over Marco Island,  a boarded up home on 2nd Ave near Marco Lake Dr is surrounded by water. Jennifer Whitney/ staff
  • On Tuesday morning after Tropical Storm Fay passed over Marco Island, Kevin Benito, 13, helps clean up debris around his father's rental property, the Marco Lake Efficencies, at Marco Lake Drive and 1st Ave. Jennifer Whitney/ staff
  • On Tuesday morning after Tropical Storm Fay passed over Marco Island,  a home on 2nd Ave near Marco Lake Dr is surrounded by water.  Jennifer Whitney/ staff
  • A steady stream of sight seers headed out to Bonita Beach early Tuesday morning to assess any potential damage from Tropical Storm Fay.  Strong wind and rain also created strong waves and tides.  Tropical storm Fay hit Lee County early Tuesday morning leaving very little, if any damage but dumping plenty of water over the region.  Michel Fortier/Staff
  • 080820me-fayphotos01: A Collier County Structural Inspector truck splashes down Capri Boulevard in Isles of Capri Tuesday afternoon. The community experience road flooding early Tuesday morning due to Tropical Storm Fay that lingered into Tuesday afternoon.  Aaron Hale/staff
  • Mario Ashley of Naples cools down after his run on the beach in the calm before Tropical Storm Fay made landfall in Naples on Monday, August 18, 2008. Ashley, who was born in Naples, said he always comes to the beach before a hurricane hits the area. 'My mom thinks I'm crazy, but who cares,' Ashley joked. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • A downed tree lies on the home of Daniel Lopez and Reina Agustin at 502 New Market Road from when Tropical Storm Fay passed through Immokalee on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. David Albers/ Staff
  • An unidentified Immokalee resident rides an ATV through floodwaters on 12th Street Southeast after Tropical Storm Fay passed through the area on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. David Albers/ Staff
  • A downed tree lies on a car at 502 New Market Road from when Tropical Storm Fay passed through the area on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. David Albers/ Staff
  • A utility worker removes a downed tree at a home on Madison Street from when Tropical Storm Fay passed through the area on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. David Albers/ Staff
  • Immokalee resident Pascual Garcia, 38, finds himself without power after a tree limb severed the electrical line running to his house on Madison Drive after Tropical Storm Fay on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. David Albers/ Staff
  • Biwidlyne Caliexte, 7, John Occilien, 13, and Mendjana Romain, 11, play in the flooded drainage ditches in the Immokalee Farm Workers Village after Tropical Storm Fay passed through the area on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. David Albers/ Staff
  • John Occilien, 13, and Biwidlyne Caliexte, 7, play in the flooded drainage ditches in the Immokalee Farm Workers Village after Tropical Storm Fay passed through the area on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. David Albers/ Staff
  • Five-year-old Franck Pierre splashes through flooded drainage ditches in the Immokalee Farm Workers Village after Tropical Storm Fay passed through the area on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. David Albers/ Staff
  • Biwidlyne Caliexte, 7,  left, and Natailia Franco, 6, play in the flooded drainage ditches in the Immokalee Farm Workers Village after Tropical Storm Fay passed through the area on Tuesday, August 19, 2008. David Albers/ Staff
  • Mario Ashley of Naples cools down after his run on the beach in the calm before Tropical Storm Fay made landfall in Naples on Monday, August 18, 2008. Ashley, who was born in Naples, said he always comes to the beach before a hurricane hits the area. 'My mom thinks I'm crazy, but who cares,' Ashley joked. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Meterologist Jim Cantore of The Weather Channel, right, interviews Naples Mayor Bill Barnett on the sand behind the Edgewater Beach Hotel in Naples as Tropical Storm Fay made landfall on Monday, August 18, 2008. Greg Kahn/Staff
  • Nanna Vetta hands North Naples resident Tom Sapp his breakfast Wednesday morning. Sapp has be a regular at Nanna Vetta's restaurant for 20 years.
  • Nanna Vetta gets a special birthday hug from Justin (left) and sister Haley Barbara, both of Golden Gate Estates, Wednesday morning. Vetta, owner of Nanna Vetta's saw a steady stream of customers in her restaurant on 951 despite the affects of Tropical Storm Fay.
  • A relieved Helen Drummond, of Marco Island, takes time for a laugh during a break from cleaning up Fay's remnants in her yard. Drummond's biggest casualty was a palm tree, which survived Wilma, but was knocked down by the winds brought on by Fay.
  • Anna Niznick walks her dog, Bandit, after the worst of Fay's winds subsided Tuesday morning. Niznick said her biggest challenge during the storm was calming Bandit's nerves.
  • Frank Clark, on duty with Marco Island Utilities, reports on a broken water main in the Sea Watch complex on Collier Boulevard Tuesday morning. Clark said it was one of two broken mains in Marco.
  • Helen Drummond hacks palm fronds from a tree felled by the storm. She and her husband tried to tether the tree to the ground Monday night before the Fay hit, but it was too weak from Wilma to weather the storm.
  • Helen Drummond hacks palm fronds from a tree felled by the storm. She and her husband tried to tether the tree to the ground Monday night before the Fay hit, but it was too weak from Wilma to weather the storm.
  • FP&L crews work to reestablish power to Golden Gate Estates homes, Tuesday afternoon, following the affects of tropical storm Fay.
  • FP&L crews work to reestablish power to Golden Gate Estates homes, Tuesday afternoon, following the affects of Tropical Storm Fay.
  • Many Golden Gate Estates residents woke up to instant lakefront property, Tuesday morning, following the overnight landfall of Tropical Storm Fay.
  • Many Golden Gate Estates residents woke up to instant lakefront property, Tuesday morning, following the overnight landfall of Tropical Storm Fay.
  • Wesley Finger (16), of Naples, takes his ATV through the overflowing canals of Golden Gate Estates, Tuesday afternoon, following the early morning landfall of Tropical Storm Fay.
  • George Lopez of Golden Gate Estates cleans up the front yard debris left by Tropical Storm Fay, Tuesday afternoon.
  • George Lopez of Golden Gate Estates cleans up the front yard debris left by Tropical Storm Fay, Tuesday afternoon.
  • Many Golden Gate Estates residents woke up to instant lakefront property, Tuesday morning, following the overnight landfall of Tropical Storm Fay.
  • Kevin Poteet (14) takes advantage of an overflowing drainage ditch in the front yard of their Golden Gate Estates home, Tuesday afternoon, following the affects of Tropical Storm Fay.
  • Kevin Poteet (14) takes advantage of an overflowing drainage ditch in the front yard of their Golden Gate Estates home, Tuesday afternoon, following the affects of Tropical Storm Fay.
  • Carlos Garcia peddles through their front ditch on their 7th Street home in Golden Gate Estates Tuesday morning following the deluge left by Tropical Storm Fay.
  • Dolly's Produce Patch & Eatery in Bonita Springs opened its doors at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday after Tropical Storm Fay rolled through the area.
  • Randy Alander (left) works the phone and the register at Dolly's Produce Patch & Eatery in Bonita Springs on Tuesday. The restaurant opened its doors at 5:30 a.m. to serve the community after Tropical Storm Fay rolled through.
  • A Grady White boat is lost due to Tropical Storm Fay at Pelican Bend Marina, Isles of Capri Tuesday. Sea Tow reported very few other boats lost due to the storm as of early Tuesday afternoon.
  • Richard Charlebois, of Royal Yacht Services, pulls in a boat that was flipped over during Tropical Storm Fay. The boat, which was overturned off Isles of Capri, was picked up by a Sea Tow Naples boat.

The Naples Daily News staff photographers and reporters cover Tropical Storm Fay as it made landfall and the aftermath.

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