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Derrell Suttles talks to police officers after calling 911 on a suspicious person he encountered outside his home during a nightly curfew in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Fla., Monday, Oct. 15, 2018. (AP Photo/David Goldman), APTOPIX
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Lorrainda Smith sits with her 2-day-old son, Luke, as she contemplates with her husband, Wilmer Capps, right, sleeping in their truck in a parking lot after their home was damaged from Hurricane Michael and they were told a nearby shelter was closed, in Panama City, Fla., Monday, Oct. 15, 2018. "One day we had it all, the next we had nothing," said Smith. "This is not what I thought I'd be bringing him back to." The family eventually received a police escort to a nearby hospital for assistance as a nightly curfew prohibits the public from being out past dark. (AP Photo/David Goldman), APTOPIX
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Lorrainda Smith sits with her 2-day-old son, Luke, as she contemplates with her husband, Wilmer Capps, sleeping in their truck in a parking lot after their home was damaged from Hurricane Michael and they were told a nearby shelter was closed, in Panama City, Fla., Monday, Oct. 15, 2018. "If I get too depressed I look at him and it makes me smile. He's precious," said Capps who hasn't been able to work since his place of employment was destroyed as well. "He's going to bring us through this one way or another." The family eventually received a police escort to a nearby hospital for assistance as a nightly curfew prohibits the public from being out past dark. (AP Photo/David Goldman), APTOPIX
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Rachel Hyatt bathes her daughter, Eva, 2, using a lantern and bottled water in their damaged home as they spend a fifth night without power and running water in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Callaway, Fla., Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018. "It was hard at first, but we're adjusting," said Hyatt. (AP Photo/David Goldman), APTOPIX
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Candace Phillips sifts through what was her third-floor bedroom while returning to her damaged home in Mexico Beach, Fla., Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018, in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. "We spent 25 years of our marriage working to get here and we're going to stay," said Phillips of her and husband's plans to rebuild. (AP Photo/David Goldman), APTOPIX
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An aerial view of trees downed by Hurricane Michael in Lynn Haven, Fla., Oct. 14, 2018. (Johnny Milano/The New York Times)
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An aerial view of trees downed by Hurricane Michael in Lynn Haven, Fla., Oct. 14, 2018. (Johnny Milano/The New York Times)
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An aerial view of trees downed by Hurricane Michael in Lynn Haven, Fla., Oct. 14, 2018. (Johnny Milano/The New York Times)
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An aerial view of trees downed by Hurricane Michael in Lynn Haven, Fla., Oct. 14, 2018. (Johnny Milano/The New York Times)
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Marla Wood pulls a framed art piece out of the rubble of her damaged home from Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Fla., Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018. (AP Photo/David Goldman), APTOPIX
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Amber Cousin sits by a window as Amy Lenain naps in a a room they now share with multiple people, since their roof was partially torn off, in their home across the street from an evacuation shelter at Rutherford High School, in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Springfield, Fla., Sunday, Oct. 14, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert), APTOPIX
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The home Russell King and his nephew Lebron Lackey had built to withstand 250-mph winds in Mexico Beach, Fla., Oct. 14, 2018. When The New York Times published an?analysis of aerial images showing a mile-long stretch of Mexico Beach where at least three-quarters of?the?buildings were damaged by Hurricane Michael, King and Lackey saw their "Sand Palace" still standing, majestic, amid the apocalyptic wreckage. (Johnny Milano/The New York Times)
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TOPSHOT - View of the damaged caused by Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018. - Four days after Hurricane Michael's devastating strike, search teams in Florida pressed their hunt for victims into hard-to-reach areas Saturday, as the death toll rose to 17 and officials scrambled to deliver aid to those who lost everything.The mammoth storm, which made landfall as a Category 4 storm on Wednesday, claimed lives in four states, but Florida suffered the worst damage by far. (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - View of the damaged caused by Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 14, 2018. - Four days after Hurricane Michael's devastating strike, search teams in Florida pressed their hunt for victims into hard-to-reach areas Saturday, as the death toll rose to 17 and officials scrambled to deliver aid to those who lost everything.The mammoth storm, which made landfall as a Category 4 storm on Wednesday, claimed lives in four states, but Florida suffered the worst damage by far. (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - View of the damaged caused by Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 14, 2018. - Four days after Hurricane Michael's devastating strike, search teams in Florida pressed their hunt for victims into hard-to-reach areas Saturday, as the death toll rose to 17 and officials scrambled to deliver aid to those who lost everything.The mammoth storm, which made landfall as a Category 4 storm on Wednesday, claimed lives in four states, but Florida suffered the worst damage by far. (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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Peggy Cauley cleans up debris from her family's home in the aftermath of hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Fla., Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
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Mary Frances Parrish shows her toppled pecan tree, which fell in a neighbor's house, in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Fla., Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018. Parrish didn't leave the storm because her car was broken down, she didn't have a place to go and if she did she didn't have the money for it. She is caring for her terminally ill son who lives with her. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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Crystal Drbal, right, and Al Whidden fill their gas canisters as motorists wait in line during a shortage in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Southport, Fla., Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
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A resident cleans up around a condominium complex whose roof was torn off from hurricane Michael in Parker, Fla., Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
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Jakee Monlyn, right, surveys damage as Georgie MacAdams walks with her granddaughter, Madalyn, in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Fla., Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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Father Michael Nixon holds Mass outside Saint Dominic Catholic Church which stands damaged in the background form hurricane Michael in Panama City, Fla., Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018. (AP Photo/David Goldman)
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Henry Penafiel, a member of the FEMA emergency response, walks amid ruin in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Fla., Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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An aerial view of the remains of the El Governor Motel in Mexico Beach Fla., Oct. 13, 2018. The Florida Panhandle area was still beginning a long recovery from Hurricane Michael. (Johnny Milano/The New York Times)
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An aerial view of the destruction left by Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach Fla., Oct. 13, 2018. The Florida Panhandle area was still beginning a long recovery from Michael. (Johnny Milano/The New York Times)
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Letty Cervantes prays during Mass which was moved outdoors due to damage to Saint Dominic Catholic Church from Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Fla., Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018. (AP Photo/David Goldman), APTOPIX
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People walk amidst rubble in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Fla., Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert), APTOPIX
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Women collect water from the sea for use in the bathroon of their homes, as the water service is not working in the wake of Hurricane Michael, October 13, 2018, Panama City Beach, Florida. (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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Donnie Young reacts after seeing one of his houses in Port St. Joe beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018, three days after hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads. (Photo by ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS / AFP)
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Alethea Densmore watches her grandkids as she tries to salvage belongings in her apartment with family members in Port St. Joe beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018, three days after hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads. (Photo by ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A living room of an affected house is seen on the aftermath of Hurricane Michael on October 13, 2018 in Mexico Beach, Florida. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / View of the damaged caused by Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018, in Mexico Beach, Florida, three days after the passage of Hurricane. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / View of the damaged caused by Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018, in Mexico Beach, Florida, three days after the passage of Hurricane. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / View of the damaged caused by Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018, in Mexico Beach, Florida, three days after the passage of Hurricane Michael. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / View of Peggy Wood's house damaged by Hurricane Michael in the house of , in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018, three days after Hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Peggy Wood tries to recover her belongings inside of her damaged house, in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018, three days after Hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / View of the damaged caused by Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018, in Mexico Beach, Florida, three days after Hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A member of a rescue team looks for victims, in Mexico beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018, three days after Hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Two people look at destroyed beach houses in Port St. Joe beach, Florida on October 13, 2018, three days after hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS / AFP)
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EDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / Danielle Rees (C) and her children set up backpacks of clothes for donation at a National Guard relief area in Port St. Joe beach, Florida on October 13, 2018, three days after hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - View of the damaged caused by Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018, in Mexico Beach, Florida, three days after Hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - View of the damaged caused by Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018, in Mexico Beach, Florida, three days after Hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - View of the damaged caused by Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018, in Mexico Beach, Florida, three days after Hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Brandy Jessen helps recovering belongings from her mother's house damaged by Hurricane Michael, in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018, three days after Hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - View of the damaged caused by Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Florida, on October 13, 2018, in Mexico Beach, Florida, three days after Hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by HECTOR RETAMAL / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Vehicles are seen pushed into a house by storm surge in Port St. Joe beach, Florida on October 13, 2018, three days after hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A lone tree stands between two damaged beach houses in Port St. Joe beach, Florida on October 13, 2018, three days after hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - The grandkids of Alethea Densmore (back R) play as she tries to salvage belongings in her apartment with family members in Port St. Joe beach, Florida on October 13, 2018, three days after hurricane Michael hit the area. - Since Hurricane Michael roared through on October 10, a wide swath of Florida's northwest coast has been without telephone or Internet service, adding to the daunting challenges facing residents, loved ones trying to reach them, and the work crews struggling to bring them relief. A bridge was washed out between Mexico Beach and Port St. Joe to the southeast, making it impossible to get there via coastal roads (Photo by ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS / AFP)
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This photo shows devastation from Hurricane Michael in this aerial photo over Mexico Beach, Fla., Friday, Oct. 12, 2018. Blocks and blocks of homes were demolished, reduced to piles of splintered lumber or mere concrete slabs, by the most powerful hurricane to hit the continental U.S. in nearly 50 years. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert), APTOPIX
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The night sky shines over a downed tree and road sign on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018, in Panama City, Fla. Hurricane Michael, moving through the Florida panhandle community the previous day, knocked down power lines in most of the city. (Patti Blake/Northwest Florida Daily News via AP), APTOPIX
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This aerial photo shows debris and destruction in Mexico Beach, Fla., Friday, Oct. 12, 2018, after Hurricane Michael went through the area on Wednesday. Mexico Beach, the ground-zero town, was nearly obliterated by the hurricane, an official said Friday as the scale of the storm's fury became ever clearer. (Bronte Wittpenn/Tampa Bay Times via AP)
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Gulf Power crews line the street in Panama City, Fla., Friday. Oct. 12, 2018, as they try to restore power after tens of thousands were left without electricity by Hurricane Michael. (Michael Snyder/Northwest Florida Daily News via AP)
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In this Friday, Oct. 12, 2018, photo, Gianna Phelps and Kelly Allen buy water and food at Sam's Club in Panama City, Fla., after Hurricane Michael swept through the area. Sam's Club is one of the first stores to reopen and the first to sell gasoline in Panama City. (Joshua Boucher/News Herald via AP)
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Oct 12, 2018; Mexico Beach, FL, USA; Kenny Faris helps his sister in law clear out her home in Mexico Beach, Florida, on Oct. 12, 2018, after Hurricane Michael lifted the building off its foundation and floated it about 100 yards into a parking lot. The home's deck remains where it belongs. Mandatory credit: Trevor Hughes-USA TODAY NETWORK/Sipa USA *** NO TABLOIDS ***
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Oct 12, 2018; Mexico Beach, FL, USA; A boat appears to have been jammed beneath a home in Mexico Beach, Florida, following the passage of Hurricane Michael. Mandatory credit: Trevor Hughes-USA TODAY NETWORK/Sipa USA *** NO TABLOIDS ***
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Oct 12, 2018; Panama City, FL, USA; Malachi Travis, 3, watches from a wagon as he's pulled by Heather Hetrick, accompanied by her friend Becca Horner, as they search for water and food on the streets of Panama City, Florida, near their home. Horner said 10 people took shelter together but rapidly ran out of supplies by Friday morning.. Mandatory credit: Trevor Hughes-USA TODAY NETWORK/Sipa USA *** NO TABLOIDS ***
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Oct 12, 2018; Panama City, FL, USA; Firefighters from Jefferson Parish, LA perform search and rescue in neighborhoods around Panama City, FL. Friday, Oct. 12, 2018. Mandatory Credit: Scott Clause/Montgomery Advertiser via USA TODAY NETWORK/Sipa USA *** NO TABLOIDS ***
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Oct 12, 2018; Panama City, FL, USA; Firefighters from Jefferson Parish, LA perform search and rescue in neighborhoods around Panama City, FL. Friday, Oct. 12, 2018. Mandatory Credit: Scott Clause/Montgomery Advertiser via USA TODAY NETWORK/Sipa USA *** NO TABLOIDS ***
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Oct 12, 2018; Panama City, FL, USA; Firefighters from Jefferson Parish, LA perform search and rescue in neighborhoods around Panama City, FL. Friday, Oct. 12, 2018. Mandatory Credit: Scott Clause/Montgomery Advertiser via USA TODAY NETWORK/Sipa USA *** NO TABLOIDS ***
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Oct. 12, 2018, Panama City, FL, USA; A pile of wasted food, broken glass and water sit in the middle of the Shop N Go Jr. convenience store after Hurricane Michael blew through the area. The owner, Mahbubur Rahman, opened his doors for the first time on Monday only to have to lock the doors on Tuesday. He lost everything on Wednesday during the storm. Mandatory Credit: Patrick Dove/Treasure Coast News via USA Today NETWORK /Sipa USA *** NO TABLOIDS ***
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Oct. 12, 2018, Panama City, FL, USA; Sitting down to their first hot meal in days, Corrie Mays (from left), his daughter Nirvana Mays and Jerica Cline sits among the few remaining possessions they have after Hurricane Michael destroyed their home on Wednesday. The meal was provided by a Salvation Army food truck set up to help in a disaster. "I don't have the words to express how thankful I am for this food," Cline said. Mandatory Credit: Patrick Dove/Treasure Coast News via USA Today NETWORK /Sipa USA *** NO TABLOIDS ***
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Oct. 12, 2018, Panama City, FL, USA; Cesaleigh Aldridge, 7, sits with her sister Cydaleigh, 5, on the hood of her mother's car ready to eat dinner served by a Salvation Army food truck in Panama City on Friday, Oct. 12, 2018. After Hurricane Michael blew through the area on Wednesday, residents were left without power, running water and many without food. "We've been all over looking for something to eat," said the girls' mother Becca Aldridge. The Bay County school district will be closed for an undermined amount of time and Aldridge is considering trying to enroll her daughters in an Alabama school. Mandatory Credit: Patrick Dove/Treasure Coast News via USA Today NETWORK /Sipa USA *** NO TABLOIDS ***
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CORRECTS SOURCE TO NEWS HERALD, NOT NORTHWEST FLORIDA DAILY NEWS-The night sky shines over a downed tree and road sign on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018, in Panama City, Fla. Hurricane Michael, moving through the Florida panhandle community the previous day, knocked down power lines in most of the city. (Patti Blake/News Herald via AP), APTOPIX
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Mandatory Credit: Photo by MediaPunch/REX/Shutterstock (9928208a) Panama City Hurricane Michael aftermath, Florida, USA - 11 Oct 2018
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A vehicle sits under a fallen tree where an occupant was trapped due to tropical storm winds brought by Hurricane Michael, Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018, in Atlanta. Firefighters rescued the woman and she was transported to a hospital. (John Spink/The Atlanta Journal and Constitution via AP)
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Joyce Fox, center stands in front of her heavily damaged home in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Fla., Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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People cut away a tree that'll on a vehicle in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Fla., Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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In this image made from video and provided by SevereStudios.com, damage from Hurricane Michael is seen in Mexico Beach, Fla. on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. Search-and-rescue teams fanned out across the Florida Panhandle to reach trapped people in Michael's wake Thursday as daylight yielded scenes of rows upon rows of houses smashed to pieces by the third-most powerful hurricane on record to hit the continental U.S. (SevereStudios.com via AP)
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In this image made from video and provided by SevereStudios.com, damage from Hurricane Michael is seen in Mexico Beach, Fla. on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. Search-and-rescue teams fanned out across the Florida Panhandle to reach trapped people in Michael's wake Thursday as daylight yielded scenes of rows upon rows of houses smashed to pieces by the third-most powerful hurricane on record to hit the continental U.S. (SevereStudios.com via AP)
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In this image made from video and provided by SevereStudios.com, damage from Hurricane Michael is seen in Mexico Beach, Fla. on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. Search-and-rescue teams fanned out across the Florida Panhandle to reach trapped people in Michael's wake Thursday as daylight yielded scenes of rows upon rows of houses smashed to pieces by the third-most powerful hurricane on record to hit the continental U.S. (SevereStudios.com via AP)
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In this image made from video and provided by SevereStudios.com, damage from Hurricane Michael is seen in Mexico Beach, Fla. on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. Search-and-rescue teams fanned out across the Florida Panhandle to reach trapped people in Michael's wake Thursday as daylight yielded scenes of rows upon rows of houses smashed to pieces by the third-most powerful hurricane on record to hit the continental U.S. (SevereStudios.com via AP)
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In this image made from video and provided by SevereStudios.com, damage from Hurricane Michael is seen in Mexico Beach, Fla. on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. Search-and-rescue teams fanned out across the Florida Panhandle to reach trapped people in Michael's wake Thursday as daylight yielded scenes of rows upon rows of houses smashed to pieces by the third-most powerful hurricane on record to hit the continental U.S. (SevereStudios.com via AP)
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In this image made from video and provided by SevereStudios.com, damage from Hurricane Michael is seen in Mexico Beach, Fla. on Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. Search-and-rescue teams fanned out across the Florida Panhandle to reach trapped people in Michael's wake Thursday as daylight yielded scenes of rows upon rows of houses smashed to pieces by the third-most powerful hurricane on record to hit the continental U.S. (SevereStudios.com via AP)
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A boat sits amidst debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Fla., Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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An American flag flies amidst destruction in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Fla., Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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Firefighter Austin Schlarb performs a door to door search in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Fla., Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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Rescue personnel perform a search in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Fla., Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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Rescue personnel search amidst debris in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Fla., Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert), APTOPIX
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Rescue personnel perform a search in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Mexico Beach, Fla., Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert), APTOPIX
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Homes destroyed by Hurricane Michael are shown in this aerial photo Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018, in Mexico Beach, Fla. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara), APTOPIX
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An entire neighborhood between 40th Street and 42nd Street in Mexico Beach, Fla. was wiped out by Hurricane Michael, Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. The devastation inflicted by Hurricane Michael came into focus Thursday with rows upon rows of homes found smashed to pieces, and rescue crews began making their way into the stricken areas in hopes of accounting for hundreds of people who may have stayed behind. (Michael Snyder/Northwest Florida Daily News via AP), APTOPIX
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David Blackston walks through a muddy parking lot to check on his second-floor apartment in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Callaway, Fla., Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. Blackston and his wife evacuated to a hotel in Alabama on Monday ahead of the storm. (AP Photo/David Goldman), APTOPIX
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October 11, 2018 - Panama City, Florida, United States: A U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Air and Marine A-Star Helicopter surveys the damage wrought by Hurricane Michael over Panama City. The hurricane ripped through the Florida panhandle, walloping Panama City with 155-mile per hour winds and devastating rains, downing trees, destroying homes and leaving debris in its wake. The hurricane made landfall on Wednesday in Mexico Beach, some 25 miles from Panama City. The National Weather Service confirmed it was "unprecedented" in the area, as a Category 4 storm had never hit that part of Florida before. The storm was also the strongest to hit the continental United States since 1992, when Hurricane Andrew swept through. (James E. Wyatt/ USCG / Polaris)
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October 11, 2018 - Mexico Beach, Florida, United States: A U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Air and Marine A-Star Helicopter surveys the damage wrought by Hurricane Michael over Mexico Beach. Hurricane Michael made landfall as the first Category 4 hurricane in recorded history. While the hurricane moved out of the area relatively quickly, it only took a few hours to generate a path of destruction. Mexico Beach, a city along the coast of the Florida Panhandle, sustained catastrophic damage. Cars were tossed around, homes were not only decimated but carried away by floodwaters, and a water tower was knocked over. (James E. Wyatt/USCG / Polaris)
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October 11, 2018 - Mexico Beach, Florida, United States: A Coast Guard MH-65 Dolphin aircrew from Air Station Miami assesses the damage of Mexico Beach, Florida, from Hurricane Michael. After a storm passes, the Coast Guard focuses on saving lives in the impacted area and responds to hazardous environmental threats. Hurricane Michael made landfall as the first Category 4 hurricane in recorded history. While the hurricane moved out of the area relatively quickly, it only took a few hours to generate a path of destruction. Mexico Beach, a city along the coast of the Florida Panhandle, sustained catastrophic damage. Cars were tossed around, homes were not only decimated but carried away by floodwaters, and a water tower was knocked over. (Colin Hunt / USCG / Polaris)
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October 11, 2018 - Mexico Beach, Florida, United States: A U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Air and Marine A-Star Helicopter surveys the damage wrought by Hurricane Michael over Mexico Beach. Hurricane Michael made landfall as the first Category 4 hurricane in recorded history. While the hurricane moved out of the area relatively quickly, it only took a few hours to generate a path of destruction. Mexico Beach, a city along the coast of the Florida Panhandle, sustained catastrophic damage. Cars were tossed around, homes were not only decimated but carried away by floodwaters, and a water tower was knocked over. (James E. Wyatt/USCG / Polaris)
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October 11, 2018 - Mexico Beach, Florida, United States: A Coast Guard MH-65 Dolphin aircrew from Air Station Miami assesses the damage of Mexico Beach, Florida, from Hurricane Michael. After a storm passes, the Coast Guard focuses on saving lives in the impacted area and responds to hazardous environmental threats. Hurricane Michael made landfall as the first Category 4 hurricane in recorded history. While the hurricane moved out of the area relatively quickly, it only took a few hours to generate a path of destruction. Mexico Beach, a city along the coast of the Florida Panhandle, sustained catastrophic damage. Cars were tossed around, homes were not only decimated but carried away by floodwaters, and a water tower was knocked over. (Colin Hunt / USCG / Polaris)
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October 11, 2018 - Mexico Beach, Florida, United States: A Coast Guard MH-65 Dolphin aircrew from Air Station Miami assesses the damage of Mexico Beach, Florida, from Hurricane Michael. After a storm passes, the Coast Guard focuses on saving lives in the impacted area and responds to hazardous environmental threats. Hurricane Michael made landfall as the first Category 4 hurricane in recorded history. While the hurricane moved out of the area relatively quickly, it only took a few hours to generate a path of destruction. Mexico Beach, a city along the coast of the Florida Panhandle, sustained catastrophic damage. Cars were tossed around, homes were not only decimated but carried away by floodwaters, and a water tower was knocked over. (Colin Hunt / USCG / Polaris)
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October 11, 2018 - Apalachicola, Florida USA: A Coast Guard crew member aboard an HC-130 Hercules airplane from Air Station Clearwater, Florida, drops a self-locating datum marker buoy to determine the flow of storm surge during an aerial assessment of damage due to Hurricane Michael near Apalachicola, Florida, Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018. (POLARIS)
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A building damaged by Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Fla., on Thursday morning, Oct. 11, 2018. A vast search-and-rescue operation was underway on Thursday after Hurricane Michael cut a brutal path through the Florida Panhandle, leaving communities in its wake to confront splintered homes, twisted metal and flooding that reached to the rooftops of some homes. (Eric Thayer/The New York Times)
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The rubble in Mexico Beach, Fla., on Friday, Oct. 12, 2018, two days after a Category 4 Hurricane Michael devastated the small coastal town just outside Panama City, Fla. (Pedro Portal/Miami Herald via AP)
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October 11, 2018 - Panama City, Florida, United States: A U.S. Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations UH-60 Black Hawk flight crew conducts search and rescue operations in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael that left a swath of destruction across the area. The flight originated at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla. (Glenn Fawcett/USCBP/Polaris)
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October 11, 2018 - Panama City, Florida, United States: A U.S. Customs and Border Protection Air and Marine Operations UH-60 Black Hawk flight crew conducts search and rescue operations in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael that left a swath of destruction across the area. The flight originated at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Fla. (Glenn Fawcett/USCBP/Polaris)
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In this image released by the US Coast Guard (USCG), Coast Guard crew members aboard an HC-130 Hercules airplane fly over damaged homes near Apalachicola, Florida, on October 11, 2018, in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael. - Residents of the Florida Panhandle woke to scenes of devastation Thursday after Michael tore a path through the coastal region as a powerful hurricane that killed at least two people. (Photo by Ashley J. Johnson / AFP)
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A truck is seen on its side in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael on October 11, 2018 in Panama City, Florida. - Residents of the Florida Panhandle woke to scenes of devastation Thursday after Michael tore a path through the coastal region as a powerful hurricane that killed at least two people. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP)
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Boats are seen piled up in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael on October 11, 2018 in Panama City, Florida. - Residents of the Florida Panhandle woke to scenes of devastation Thursday after Michael tore a path through the coastal region as a powerful hurricane that killed at least two people. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP)
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A man clears the street of fallen tree limbs in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael on October 11, 2018 in Panama City, Florida. - Residents of the Florida Panhandle woke to scenes of devastation Thursday after Michael tore a path through the coastal region as a powerful hurricane that killed at least two people. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP)
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A house is seen covered in a fallen tree and limbs in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael on October 11, 2018 in Panama City, Florida. - Residents of the Florida Panhandle woke to scenes of devastation Thursday after Michael tore a path through the coastal region as a powerful hurricane that killed at least two people. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP)
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A storm damaged motel is seen in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael on October 11, 2018 in Panama City, Florida. - Residents of the Florida Panhandle woke to scenes of devastation Thursday after Michael tore a path through the coastal region as a powerful hurricane that killed at least two people. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP)
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In this aerial view, storm damaged boats are seen in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael on October 11, 2018 in Panama City, Florida. - Residents of the Florida Panhandle woke to scenes of devastation Thursday after Michael tore a path through the coastal region as a powerful hurricane that killed at least two people. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP)
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In this aerial view, storm damaged boats are seen in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael on October 11, 2018 in Panama City, Florida. - Residents of the Florida Panhandle woke to scenes of devastation Thursday after Michael tore a path through the coastal region as a powerful hurricane that killed at least two people. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP)
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In this aerial view, a storm damaged church is seen in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael on October 11, 2018 in Panama City, Florida. - Residents of the Florida Panhandle woke to scenes of devastation Thursday after Michael tore a path through the coastal region as a powerful hurricane that killed at least two people. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski / AFP)
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This Tuesday, Oct. 9, 2018 satellite image provided by NOAA shows Hurricane Michael, center, in the Gulf of Mexico. (NOAA via AP)
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People photograph the surf from encroaching Hurricane Michael, which is expected to make landfall today, in Panama City Beach, Fla., Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. The hurricane center says Michael will be the first Category 4 hurricane to make landfall on the Florida Panhandle. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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The St. Marks River overflows into the city of St. Marks, Fla., ahead of Hurricane Michael, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. The National Hurricane Center says says Michael will be the first Category 4 hurricane to make landfall on the Florida Panhandle. (AP Photo/Brendan Farrington)
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Branches fall from early morning wind from Hurricane Michael on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018, in Panama City, Fla. (Patti Blake/News Herald via AP)
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Waves from the Choctawhatchee Bay pound the seawall on Wednesday Oct. 10, 2018, on Okaloosa Island in Fort Walton Beach, Fla. as Hurricane Michael closes in on land. (Nick Tomecek/Northwest Florida Daily News via AP)
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A beachgoer takes photos of the waves on Wednesday Oct. 10, 2018, at The Boardwalk on Okaloosa Island in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., as Hurricane Michael impacts the coast. (Nick Tomecek/Northwest Florida Daily News via AP)
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Tom Moenich rides along the waterfront at Keaton Beach, Fla., checking on friends' homes Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018, in Keaton Beach, Fla. Hurricane Michael continues to churn in the Gulf of Mexico heading for the Florida panhandle. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
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A beachgoer take photos of the waves on Wednesday Oct. 10, 2018, on Okaloosa Island in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., behind the boardwalk as Hurricane Michael impacts the coast. (Nick Tomecek/Northwest Florida Daily News via AP)
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Heavy surf from the approaching Hurricane Michael pounds the fishing pier on Okaloosa Island in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. (Devon Ravine/Northwest Florida Daily News via AP)
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Emily Hindle lies on the floor at an evacuation shelter set up at Rutherford High School, in advance of Hurricane Michael, which is expected to make landfall today, in Panama City Beach, Fla., Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert), APTOPIX
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This infrared satellite image made available by NOAA shows Hurricane Michael approaching the Florida panhandle on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018 at 11:40 a.m. EDT. (NOAA via AP)
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This photo made available by NASA shows they eye of Hurricane Michael, as seen from the International Space Station on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. (NASA via AP)
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A hotel canopy collapses onto vehicles during Hurricane Michael in Panama City Beach, Fla., Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert), APTOPIX
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A storm chaser climbs into his vehicle during the eye of Hurricane Michael to retrieve equipment after a hotel canopy collapsed in Panama City Beach, Fla., Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert), APTOPIX
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High tide from offshore Hurricane Michael creeps up into the Sponge Docks in Tarpon Springs, Fla., Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018 after the Anclote River backs up. (Jim Damaske/The Tampa Bay Times via AP)
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Dorian Carter looks under furniture for a missing cat after several trees fell on their home during Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Fla., Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. Supercharged by abnormally warm waters in the Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Michael slammed into the Florida Panhandle with terrifying winds of 155 mph Wednesday, splintering homes and submerging neighborhoods. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert), APTOPIX
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Megan Williams, left, and roommate Kaylee O'Brian take belongings from their destroyed home after several trees fell on the house during Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Fla., Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert), APTOPIX
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Boats lay sunk and damaged at the Port St. Joe Marina, Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018 in Port St. Joe, Fla. Supercharged by abnormally warm waters in the Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Michael slammed into the Florida Panhandle with terrifying winds of 155 mph Wednesday, splintering homes and submerging neighborhoods. (Douglas R. Clifford/Tampa Bay Times via AP)
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Haley Nelson inspects damages to her family properties in the Panama City, Fla., spring field area after Hurricane Michael made landfall in Florida's Panhandle on Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. Supercharged by abnormally warm waters in the Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Michael slammed into the Florida Panhandle with terrifying winds of 155 mph Wednesday, splintering homes and submerging neighborhoods before continuing its march inland. (Pedro Portal/Miami Herald via AP), APTOPIX
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Derailed box cars are seen in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Fla., Wednesday, Oct. 10, 2018. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)
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Shoppers at a Piggly Wiggly, one of the few groceries still open on Wednesday morning as Hurricane Michael approached Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 10, 2018. The eye of the storm storm made landfall near Mexico Beach, Fla., just before 1 p.m., lashing the Panhandle with rains driven by winds topping 155 miles an hour. (Johnny Milano/The New York Times)
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Members of a staff "hurricane response team" work at a Waffle House as Hurricane Michael approaches in Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 10, 2018. The hurricane is expected to be the strongest recorded storm to make landfall on the Florida Panhandle. (Johnny Milano/The New York Times)
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A boarded up business ahead of Hurricane Michael in Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 10, 2018. The hurricane is expected to be the strongest recorded storm to make landfall on the Florida Panhandle. (Johnny Milano/The New York Times)
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Lesley Padilla, left, with her husband Marco Sanchez, and children, at a Red Cross shelter at Lincoln High School as Hurricane Michael approaches in Tallahassee, Fla., Oct. 10, 2018. The hurricane is expected to be the strongest recorded storm to make landfall on the Florida Panhandle. (Johnny Milano/The New York Times)
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Damaged boats in a marina following Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Fla., Oct. 10, 2018. Hurricane Michael charged through Florida and into Georgia on Wednesday, lashing the Panhandle with rains and heavy winds. Water raced in from the sea, flooding the streets and leaving at least one person dead. (Eric Thayer/The New York Times)
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