Hurricane damage

Hurricane damage

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Credit: MIKE THEISS/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Hurricane damage. Car crushed by an air conditioning unit in Pensacola, Florida, USA. The unit was blown off the roof of an office building by Hurricane Ivan. Ivan hit land near Gulf Shores, Alabama in the early hours of 16 September 2004. At the time it hit, it was classified as a category 4 hurricane, with winds of 210 kilometres per hour. Florida was not hit by the main body of the hurricane, which travelled in a north-easterly direction from Alabama towards New Jersey, but by southern remnants of the hurricane. The winds killed 25 people, destroyed buildings, brought down power lines and spawned tornadoes.

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