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Florida Surveys Damage After Hermine

Hurricane Hermine made landfall early Friday, toppling trees, cutting power to tens of thousands and leaving at least one person dead.

A woman walks past pleasure boats on Friday, Sept. 2, that were washed into Riverside Drive when Hurricane Hermine came ashore in Steinhatchee, Florida.

Hermine was downgraded to a tropical storm after it made landfall but the U.S. National Hurricane Center says winds are increasing along the Southeast coast and flooding rains continue.

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A resident points back to his home Friday as he speaks with law enforcement officers using an airboat to survey damage in Tampa, Florida.

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A woman runs around the base of a downed tree in a front yard in Tallahassee, Florida on Friday. 

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Residents check damage in Cedar Key, Florida on Friday. John Raoux / AP
People venture out onto the Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier as waves crash against the pilings on Friday. Bob Mack / AP

Lynne Garrett speaks to loved ones on the phone as she surveys damage outside of her home on Friday in Tampa, Florida.

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A street is blocked from debris washed up by the tidal surge of Hurricane Hermine on Friday in Cedar Key. John Raoux / AP
Cedar Key police patrol the streets early on Friday. John Raoux / AP
A young man and his dog wade in the storm surge from Hurricane Hermine outside Cooter Stew Cafe on Thursday in Saint Marks, Florida. Mark Wallheiser / Getty Images
Police block the road entering Cedar Key as Hurricane Hermine nears the Florida coast on Thursday. John Raoux / AP
Brian Mugrage watches the weather report Thursday on a television inside the Riverside Cafe after it was flooded by the storm surge from Hurricane Hermine in Saint Marks, Florida. Mark Wallheiser / Getty Images

Waves break as rain moves in near the County Pier on Thursday in Panama City Beach, Florida.

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