Forest Creek Apartments residents whose homes flooded in Hurricane Sally are being told they have to leave, and they’re getting no help from their landlord as they move out.

The Warrington housing complex, which receives federal housing vouchers for low-income tenants, has a long history of flooding in high-rain events.

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The more than 20 inches of rain that fell after Hurricane Sally slammed into Pensacola last week was enough to bring waters as high as four and a half feet in some units in the apartment complex. The high water line was still visible on the outside of buildings Wednesday morning.

Residents whose units flooded told the News