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.
A resident points back to his home Friday as he speaks with law enforcement officers using an airboat to survey damage in Tampa, Florida.
A woman runs around the base of a downed tree in a front yard in Tallahassee, Florida on Friday.
Residents check damage in Cedar Key, Florida on Friday.
People venture out onto the Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier as waves crash against the pilings on Friday.
Lynne Garrett speaks to loved ones on the phone as she surveys damage outside of her home on Friday in Tampa, Florida.
A street is blocked from debris washed up by the tidal surge of Hurricane Hermine on Friday in Cedar Key.
Cedar Key police patrol the streets early on Friday.
A young man and his dog wade in the storm surge from Hurricane Hermine outside Cooter Stew Cafe on Thursday in Saint Marks, Florida.
Police block the road entering Cedar Key as Hurricane Hermine nears the Florida coast on Thursday.
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.
Waves break as rain moves in near the County Pier on Thursday in Panama City Beach, Florida.
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