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‘It’s absolutely horrendous’: Florida residents detail Hurricane Michael’s catastrophic destruction

The News Articles Thursday, 11 October 2018
‘It’s absolutely horrendous’: Florida residents detail Hurricane Michael’s catastrophic destructionThe third-most robust storm to hit the U.S. mainland in recorded historical past left a large trail of destruction throughout Florida and Georgia, destroying houses and buying groceries centres and felling timber that killed no less than two folks. And it’s now not carried out but. Storm Michael after all weakened to a tropical typhoon …
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News video: Florida residents still without power after Hurricane Michael

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Days after Hurricane Michael struck Panama City, many along the Florida panhandle are still without electricity, cellphone service, and fuel. Jericka Duncan reports.

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