VIDEO: Hurricane Michael Levels Mexico Beach, Florida

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Hurricane Michael is on its way out to sea, but the storm left behind what will likely be many billions of dollars of damage. Two people were reported dead in the United States as of Thursday afternoon, and at least 250,000 remain without power. The cleanup is expected to take months.

The video below shows an unbelievable landscape of virtually complete destruction near where Michael came ashore in Mexico Beach, Florida.



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