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Street view shows hurricane destruction in Mexico Beach, Florida

Street view shows hurricane destruction in Mexico Beach, Florida
Posted at 10:29 AM, Oct 23, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-23 10:29:29-04

MEXICO BEACH, Fla. -- Google has updated its Street View images along Mexico Beach to show ground-level looks at the damages caused by Hurricane Michael earlier this month.

Michael made landfall near Mexico Beach on October 10th as the thirst-most intense Atlantic hurricane to make landfall in the United States.

The storm ravaged the beachside town, destroying the majority of structures in town.

The new images uploaded to Google Street View were taken from a vehicle driving along Highway 98 through the town shortly after the storm, and show piles of debris everywhere and crews working on cleanup details.

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