With winds of 150 mph, Hurricane Michael tore through cities and towns as it made landfall along the Florida Panhandle Wednesday. Photos and videos from Panhandle show impassable roads covered in debris, damaged homes and businesses and areas under several feet of water.
It battered the coastline with sideways-blown rain, powerful gusts and crashing waves. It swamped streets, flattened trees, stripped away limbs and leaves, knocked out power, shredded awnings and sent shingles flying. Explosions...
The 7.5-magnitude earthquake struck Friday evening and created tsunami waves of more than six metres, officials said, ripping through oceanside communities.
Michael was the third strongest storm on record to hit the continental U.S., behind only Hurricane Camille in 1969 and the Labor Day hurricane of 1935 in the Florida Keys.