Viewfinder: The Florida Panhandle Is Still Recovering From Devastation Caused by Hurricane Michael

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A tree rests on the roof of a home that was heavily damaged by Hurricane Michael on May 9th, 2019, in Mexico Beach, Florida. Seven months after the Category 5 hurricane made landfall near the small community, the town is still littered with damaged and destroyed homes and businesses. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, $1.1 billion has been spent on Hurricane Michael-related response and recovery efforts in the state.

A tree rests on the roof of a home that was heavily damaged by Hurricane Michael on May 9th, 2019, in Mexico Beach, Florida. Seven months after the Category 5 hurricane made landfall near the small community, the town is still littered with damaged and destroyed homes and businesses. According to the Federal Emergency Management Agency, $1.1 billion has been spent on Hurricane Michael-related response and recovery efforts in the state.

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