Hurricane Michael

  by Tim Pearce More than 1,100 people are missing in Florida a week after Hurricane Michael slammed into state’s panhandle, Reuters reports. Emergency officials and volunteers are searching for 1,135 missing people that could not be located by their friends and family, CrowdSource Rescue co-founder Matthew Marchetti told Reuters. Most of the missing are from
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  by Chris White Mexico City, Florida absorbed most of the initial blast from Hurricane Michael, and now the small town is essentially leveled to the ground. “It’s gone. It’s gone,” CNN’s Brooke Baldwin said Thursday while flying over the city. “It’s obliterated and it’s awful. It’s awful to look at,” she added. Federal officials say
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  by Tim Pearce Hurricane Michael hit Florida’s panhandle Wednesday afternoon and began pushing farther into the U.S., leaving buildings in shambles and homes under water. Republican Florida Gov. Rick Scott requested that President Donald Trump issue a major disaster declaration following Michael’s impact to free up more federal resources for damaged Florida communities. The following
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