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Hurricane Michael leaves 'unimaginable destruction'

BBC News Thursday, 11 October 2018
Hurricane Michael leaves 'unimaginable destruction'Recovery workers fan out across the Florida coastline assessing the damage from Hurricane Michael.
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News video: Hurricane Michael Leaves Path of Destruction Through Panama City, Florida

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Hurricane Michael left downed power lines, fallen trees, and debris strewn across neighborhoods in Callaway, Florida, after the storm spun north on Thursday, October 11.The beachfront town is about 35 miles northwest of Mexico Beach, where the storm made landfall on Wednesday.These videos show the...

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