Hurricane Michael rips roofs Limo driver's wife says 2 months ago   05:29

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The winds reached more than 150 mph as waves crashed ashore at St. Andrew's Bay.



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Kelley Eidem
I live in Panama City. Seeing this video was an emotional experience for a reason you'll never guess. There is a scientific reason why my block got pretty much skipped over. This discovery could dramatically change hurricane outcomes, saving countless lives and many billions of dollars.
Byron Outlaw
Remember when Trump said that PR’s infastructure failed because it was old and poorly maintained? Yeah, how’d that shit stand up in Florida, where it’s all good and shit? Oh, that shit broke too? Holy fuck, it’s almost like no infastructure can survive a bad ass hurricane! Oh wait, no that can’t be right, because Trump always is ... right?
Dread Lord
My names Michael
the ghost
I live here and the shit the show you here is nothing, not even a crumb of what it actually looks like .... Panama city beach , Mexico beach, fountain ,Youngstown, cypress, marianna , grandridge, everywhere you go looks like a bomb went off. what normally takes me 10 minutes to get to work took me 2 hours . clean up has started but still takes about 30 minutes . its alot different seeing it on TV and actually living here .
DavidDG Plays
Me: hey Micheal!
Hurricane Micheal: what?
Me: i have only 2 words for u.
Hurricane Micheal: What is it?
*this is the word*
Everyone: OH MY F$%^ING GOD!!!!
Me: WELP! sucks for them, i'm just chillin here in macedonia *THUG LIFE*
Timmya Washington
wow flordia has had 2 huricanes now its sad that 26 people died for this huricane
Samantha Ryan
�Your face would look better between my legs.�
Keeston Rashad
I just wanna know how they got all those good shots in that wind and the camera stayed stable
Александр Домбай
Америке пиздец=Всевыший произнес Приговор 1
Muhammad Arif Prasetyawan
Prayed for some this's affected!
Brian S
If It was real news news but this fake news.
Mother Nature really doesnt like Florida
Mother nature really doesnt like flordia
Esteban Nemo
That reporter deserves a big raise and promotion. He has nerves of steel. Great, great coverage. What I wonder is how did he choose that hotel? How did the crew know it could withstand the hurricane?
Miracle beckynation
May God bless them all this so sad praying
Retro MouseX
Those news reporters think they are indestructible until they get hit in the face with a stop sign. Like it did to one reporter. 😆
U Knighted
Good get rid of all those insane Florida men I keep hearing about on the news
Sophia Beam
It's not just about climate change,it's broken laws of God ,
Ghost Face
No one care
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Limo driver's wife says Hurricane Michael rips roofs 2 months ago   05:12

The wife of the limo driver involved in the deadly crash in upstate New York said she feels her husband is being improperly blamed for the tragedy. Twenty people, including driver Scott Lisinicchia, were killed Saturday. New York officials say Lisinicchia did not have a proper license to operate the vehicle and federal documents show the limo he was driving also failed an inspection in September. DeMarco Morgan reports.

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