Images: Hurricane Michael

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When Hurricane Michael hit the Florida Panhandle with 150-plus mph winds, a boat warehouse near Panama City collapsed like a house of cards.

Photo By Glenn Fawcett/Customs and Border Protection

Photo By Glenn Fawcett/Customs and Border Protection

This article originally appeared in the December 2018 issue.

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