Hurricane Michael pummeled Florida
The violence of the storm is seen
in shattered Florida coastal towns.
Florida Governor Rick Scott surveyed
the damage from Hurricane Michael.
Aerial view shows evidence of destroyed homes.
FLORIDA GOVERNOR RICK SCOTT, SAYING:
"Especially the damage to Mexico Beach, it's devastating.
You just pray to God that everybody survived that."
Hurricane Michael smashed into the small town
of Mexico Beach with 155 mph winds.
It also brought heavy rain and 50 mph winds
to parts of South Carolina and North Carolina.
At least 12 people were killed by the storm
in Florida, Georgia, and North Carolina.
More than 900,000 homes and businesses
were left with no power.