Hurricane Michael rips roofs off buildings as it strikes Florida

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, October 10, 2018
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  • Kill Smith  8 months ago

    Seems the tax money from cannabis legalization would come in handy.

  • Victor Chairez  8 months ago

    Lmfao

  • Misty T  8 months ago

    So many people going to be homeless along with pets & scared stray animals .So sad to watch this devastation .🙏🙏

  • mark palavos3  1 months ago

    This is wonderful. Nature at its most beautiful.

  • JK F1  8 months ago

    Looks like Democrats are rioting again. As usual.

  • Juliet Robin  8 months ago

    I feel for these people. I am from Trinidad and we had a horrible earthquake a few weeks ago. I said that I preferred a Hurricane to an earthquake because at least you get a warning for the hurricane. With the earthquake you get no warning. After seeing this. I don't prefer any of them. This is so sad. So much disaster all over the world and yet people still continue to be unkind and hurt and harm people. When will we learn to live in peace? I pray that anyone who is experiencing any type of pain or d...

  • Blak  8 months ago

    Fellow Trini. :>Good message too: spread love and kindness. B L E S S .

  • Brandon Clarke  8 months ago

    My thoughts and prayers for everyone in Florida and everyone who lost their homes in Hurricane Michael thoughts and prayers from New Jersey may God be with you and may God keep you strong y'all are going to rebuilt from this.# Florida strong. 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

  • MysteriousAmaya  8 months ago

    Brandon Clarke really? Oh is that why we had that emergency text sent to our phones, I live close to Miami didn’t see or hear anything about the hurricane being that close

  • hope art thoughts and prayers do nothing? Ok let’s not put any thought into events like this. Let’s ignore it. Let’s not give this ANY thought at all. Let the town fend for its self. You’re right ,

  • lkee mclinee  8 months ago

    Sooooo is this a turning point of how we build buildings near the ocean. Seems like EVERYTHING needs to be tied down and also what about power lines??? Do we need to find a better way to build power lines so that they are protected during major storms???Also why aren't the windows hurricane proof,, if you live near the ocean it should be in building codes..so much destruction..ya know the trees do the most damage ,so what next????

  • lkee mclinee  8 months ago

    @Jules well fact is that its expensive to build safe buildings that can withstand high winds, ...home or BUSINESS..and its job security for natural disasters...there's plenty of money to be made in the cleanup and new home construction...!!!

  • Khan  8 months ago

    @Ty JohnsonIs that how taxes work? When powerlines need building they start shaking taxpayers for every dime they have? Also, are taxpayers paying to build every building? Private businesses don't do that for themselves?

  • Miguel Susanibar  8 months ago

    There's a kid in my school named Michael he stormed out of school yesterday

  • msdogooder  8 months ago

    Dear Precious One, it is so important for you to know that we ALWAYS have our Lord Jesus Christ's attention and that His strength brings confidence, security and protection to those whom loves Him. Jesus cares so much about you and wants you to ALWAYS come to Him in prayer. Thankfully, we know God responds to us. He is the “Most High,” the “Almighty” (Psalm 91:1). His position is exalted and His power is limitless, yet He is accessible to us. God invites: “Call upon Me, and I will answer” (v. 15 nkjv)....

  • Charlie Ann  8 months ago

    What the fuck are you on about? God can’t help you now. God isn’t real.

  • The Unapologetic  8 months ago

    There ain’t no Jesus Christ, only 1 God!!

  • Hunner Smit  8 months ago

    This is why I will never move to Florida, there is literally a hurricane every year

  • Nickibeebs  8 months ago

    Bryan Miller stupid Floridians ? Lmfao. What does moving inland have anything to do with being smart ?

  • Nickibeebs  8 months ago

    Livingfor J no shit ? That’s called hurricane season. Lmfao you’re an idiot and I didn’t bother reading your dumb huge paragraph.

  • Island Prince  8 months ago

    I would like to know why you guys don't build your homes out of concrete the damage would not be so severe because where I am we do not build houses out of wood and in 2017 we had the most powerful storm came true and that was Hurricane Irma my country got a direct hit and I had no damage to my home

  • steveXracer  8 months ago

    Can you send me 5 million dollars to demo my beachfront home and rebuild it with concrete? I asked the insurance company and they would not cover the extra cost. They will only rebuild it with wood construction. My out of pocket cost for my 2 million dollar home is 20,000$ deductible. 100 years latter when another Cat 4 hurricane comes through Ill be dead and rebuilding the house will be someone elses problem

  • VINCINT Official  8 months ago

    Praying for all that are affected

  • Adrianna Smith  8 months ago

    Yes.

  • Rose guy Gucci fam?