TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida authorities say two more people have been killed by Tropical Storm Fay, raising the storm's death toll to 10.
Florida Law Enforcement Commissioner Gerald Bailey and Gov. Charlie Crist updated the storm's toll in a Saturday morning news conference from the state emergency operations center in Tallahassee.
The identities of the latest victims and their causes of death weren't immediately released.
Fay made landfall early Saturday morning for a record fourth time on Florida's Panhandle. Crist called the storm mainly a rain event and warned residents to stay inside and off the roads.
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