Hurricane Sally has weakened since striking the Alabama-Florida state line before dawn Wednesday — but it is still inflicting major damage. The storm is moving at a glacial pace, dumping more than 20 inches of rain in some areas, downing trees and leaving homes and streets flooded. In Pensacola, a portion of the massive Three Mile Bridge collapsed in high winds. Stephanie Sy reports.
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