Florida Town Battered By Fires, Floods Faces Its Greatest Crisis: Money
There's a tiny rural town located in Florida's Panhandle that's filled with farms, overgrown green grass, ATV's, and kind-hearted residents.
Caryville was home to more than 1,000 people in the 1930s, but due to fires and floods hitting the town like clockwork every few decades has left the town with fewer than 300 residents and in a state of financial emergency. Some would call it a dying town. But to the people who live there, Caryville is home and it always will be.