The only thing I can think of is that maybe the lake was emptied when Charley passed through it and then when the back side of it came back in? But I don't know if that would happen in a lake. I know they said that all the water would be pushed out of the mouth of Tampa Bay and then back in, but that's a bay, not a lake.
Another explanation might be some kind of contamination of the lake that could have nothing to do with Charley.
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