Hurricane Michael tore across the Florida panhandle this week, leaving portions of the state in ruins. It also left 100 miles of Interstate 10 closed for several days. See brief scenes below from the debris scattered across I-10, as well as a video of a Swift tractor-trailer left on its side by the storm’s winds.
Ever wonder what kind of damage a category 4 hurricane can cause? Reed Timmer Extreme Meteorologist was in Callaway, Florida where high tension power units knocked were down as well as semis and cars turned over.
Posted by AccuWeather on Friday, October 12, 2018
HUGE TREES DOWN | WJXT4 Jim Piggott had to drive around downed trees and debris on I-10 West of Tallahassee while on his way to Mexico Beach, Florida where the eye of #HurricaneMichael hit. https://t.co/q1e4U9PMeV pic.twitter.com/W45IyQALya
— News4JAX (@wjxt4) October 10, 2018