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Hurricane Michael pounds Florida Panhandle as it officially becomes worst EVER to hit the region 

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Hurricane Michael pounds Florida Panhandle as it officially becomes worst EVER to hit the region Roads were flooded, trees uprooted and homes were destroyed after the 'monstrous' category 4 storm plowed into Mexico Beach at just before 2pm and swept across the state.
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News video: Punishing Hurricane Michael bears down on Florida

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Hurricane Michael was still strengthening as it reached the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday with the threat of catastrophic surges of sea water and roof-shredding winds, and was expected to be the worst hurricane ever recorded in the region. Chris Dignam has more.

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