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Aerial view of devastation at #MexicoBeach, Fl caused by #HurricaneMichael

Courtesy LSM/Brandon Clement pic.twitter.com/hqHTdkOz2E

— ABC 33/40 News (@abc3340) October 11, 2018

Footage shot by a TV crew in Panama City gives a sense of the damage in the aftermath of #HurricaneMichael, the worst hurricane to hit the Florida Panhandle since the mid-1800s, according to FEMA officials. https://t.co/Xnj5eFo0zF pic.twitter.com/LI0IS4Ze6S

— ABC News (@ABC) October 10, 2018

Aftermath photos of Mexico Beach, Fla. following #HurricaneMichael. Debris is everywhere. (Photo: Tessa Talarico) pic.twitter.com/kNFPcBYTD7

— Jordan Ferrell (@jordaneferrell) October 10, 2018

Downtown Panama City proper got hit way harder than Panama City Beach. Not shocked as it was hit by the right eyewall. This is catastrophic damage here. @weathernetwork @StormhunterTWN #HurricaneMichael pic.twitter.com/Y7rUyHE7Wj

— Jaclyn Whittal (@jwhittalTWN) October 10, 2018

A highway sign was deposited in this leveled building. #HurricaneMichael damage is extensive in Panama City. pic.twitter.com/CB0KyBXmN6

— Marc Weinberg (@MarcWeinbergWX) October 10, 2018

Panama City is in very bad shape from #HurricaneMichael when everyone is able to move around a little more, probably going to be a lot more pictures like this. We got a long road ahead.

Panama City Beach, for the most part, received much less widespread damage. pic.twitter.com/wCYabuFiTk

— Florida Lawn Solutions (@matthewbabula) October 11, 2018

Well this was a Lowe’s #HurricaneMichael pic.twitter.com/9Oxl2RRBeZ

— Kirsten Fiscus (@KDFiscus) October 10, 2018

Unbelievable damage from #HurricaneMichael in Panama City pic.twitter.com/pMMn14i0Aa

— Stephen Jones (@Tornado_Steejo) October 10, 2018

Heavy damage to many of the structures in Callaway, Parker, Springfield FL. #flwx #HurricaneMichael pic.twitter.com/vrrGGYAwKI

— Jeff Piotrowski (@Jeff_Piotrowski) October 11, 2018

DESTRUCTION. More images of destruction from Mexico Beach, #Florida. #HurricaneMichael is now a Category 3 storm. (via Tessa Talarico) #Hurricane #Michael #Florida pic.twitter.com/Wkayw5RW7v

— Josh Benson (@WFLAJosh) October 10, 2018

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The president decided to go

The president decided to go ahead with a campaign rally while "the 150 mph winds of Hurricane Michael raged 1,000 miles to the south."

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How sad for the wonderful

How sad for the wonderful people in the panhandle of Florida. Floridians do a good job on recovery, but they are going to need a lot of help here.

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My sister lives in Mexico

My sister lives in Mexico Beach. They evacuated and are safe but have no idea about how their house fared.

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I am worried about what they

I am worried about what search and rescue teams are going to find. Hope everyone was as smart as your sister and got out.

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Anyone know the status of

Anyone know the status of Seaside, the architect-designed town to the west of Panama City?

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Haven't heard anything about

Haven't heard anything about Seaside. Hopefully, since it is west of Panama City it will be in better shape than those on the east side. However, more news tells of more catastrophe.

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