Views Of The Damage From Hurricane Michael

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Our fellow statesmen and women have a massive clean up ahead of them and the video coming in from social media shows just how much damage the Panhandle suffered:

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#HurricaneMichael made landfall on the Florida Panhandle as the strongest storm to hit the U.S. since 1969. Its winds were powerful enough to bring down the walls of this middle school gymnasium in Panama City. #florida #hurricane #storm #weather

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Obviously, we've all heard how this was the most powerful hurricane to ever hit the Panhandle. And now we can see the extent of the damage and how powerful the storm surge was!

A reporter for AccuWeather took this video just outside of Tyndall Air Force Base in Panama City Beach and you can see boats that are basically beached due to the high surge that pounded through the beach.

The Panhandle of Florida has many many trees, tress that we don't really have down here in Central Florida and all these pine tress are striped bare of their needles and many trees (which is the main story in cities like Tallahassee) are broken and down on the ground:

The hardest hit from the storm seems to be Mexico Beach, which I just learned about, is right on the Gulf of Mexico and is honestly wiped off the map:

This Gulfside town was a place filled with tourists, white sand beaches, and great many in the town have a massive clean-up ahead of them.



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