For a beachside Florida village wiped out by Hurricane Michael, tales of despair and survival
5 monthes ago - By LA Times
It was just after 1 p.m. when Talia Butcher peered out the front door of her double-wide trailer a few blocks from the beach and saw the water creep up the banks of the canal behind her home and into her yard. Within minutes, the water covered up the tires of her black Chevy Equinox and carried...
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