Much of the Florida Panhandle suffered severe damage during Hurricane Michael. This photo shows damage in the Lynn Haven community of Panama City. For 25 more photos of the aftermath of the Category 4 storm, click on the link below. / Photo above is courtesy of Linda Carson, a resident of Lynn Haven

Courtesy of
The Huffington Post

Under the Oct. 17 headline “These 25 Hurricane Michael Photos Show The Struggle to Survive, 1 Week On: Thousands of Floridians are living in primitive conditions without water and power,” Chris McGonigal writes:


“It’s been one week since Hurricane Michael slammed into the Florida Panhandle as a Category 4 storm. Since then, the death toll has climbed to at least 29, and thousands of Floridians are living in primitive conditions without power and water.

Photos from the past week show people who lived through the storm doing things they probably never thought they would have to do just to survive.

From bathing in a lake to standing in long lines for food and other supplies, the photos below show what life looks like for Floridians who lived through Hurricane Michael.”

To see the photos, visit https://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/25-hurricane-michael-photos-show-the-struggle-to-survive-1-week-on_us_5bc76821e4b055bc947cdf7d