GLOBAL ONE NEWS (G1)—Hurricane Michael slammed into the Florida Panhandle with 155 mph winds leaving behind a trail of deadly destruction.
And it’s not over yet.
The Category 4 hurricane is the fiercest storm to hit Florida since Hurricane Andrew in 1992.
It’s killed at least 11 people, including a firefighter and a child.
Eleven-year-old Sarah Radney was hit by a piece of debris falling through the roof killing her.
The storm struck Oct. 10, flattening hundreds of homes and businesses along the northwest seaboard of Florida.
Mexico Beach is the hardest hit community there.
Roads were left buckled.
Hundreds of thousands of people are without power.
Debris lines streets for miles and homes are nearly under water due to flooding.
After nailing Florida, Michael raged on through Georgia and North Carolina.
Virginia is now seeing the brunt of heavy winds and rain.
Five of the victims were killed in Virginia.
The outer bands will continue to move up the coast through New Jersey and parts of Massachusetts over the weekend.