KEYSTONE HEIGHTS, Fla. -- Several Keystone Heights families are facing a scary situation.
They say medical workers are unable to access their homes because of the damage from Debby.
Betty Norris and her husband Al live on Blueberry Hill Road.
Their road is so beaten by the rain, they say the company won't deliver the oxygen Betty needs to live.
"Yeah, I am concerned about it, very concerned," Betty said.
"I believe the county should have to maintain these roads so that if somebody is really in a jam so that EMS can come up and down the road and help give their oxygen," said Evan Graff.
Graff and other Blueberry Hill neighbors like Bonita Bennett have put thousands of dollars into repairing the road over the years.
"We just keep bringing in sand and clay, sand and clay," Bennett said. "And the rain washes it away."
The neighbors say their repairs didn't stand a chance against Debby's rain.
Along with oxygen and ambulances, the Norris' say their nurses and physical therapists haven't been able to get to their home since Debby's downpour.
"It would really relieve somebody's spirit if you knew the emergency people could get in to you," Betty said.
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