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The state mental hospital in Chattahoochee, which has a section for the criminally insane, was cut off by land, and food and supplies were being flown in, authorities said. State officials said people in Mexico Beach had refused to leave ahead of the hurricane despite a mandatory evacuation order. Well, we're about to get punched in the face.

Downed power lines lay nearly everywhere. The storm rotates due to the spin of the earth and energy from the warm ocean increases wind speeds as it builds. There was a tree involved.

Panama City looked

No patients were hurt, the hospital said. Panama City looked like a war zone after being battered for nearly three hours by strong winds and heavy rains. Smith said the situation was dangerous even for emergency personnel. The hurricane also damaged hospitals and nursing homes in the Panama City area, and officials worked to evacuate hundreds of patients. But we ask that every time.

No patients were hurt the

States of emergency have been declared in all or parts of Florida, Alabama, Georgia and North Carolina. Homes were split open by fallen trees.

The damage at Bay Medical Sacred Heart included blown-out windows, a cracked exterior wall and a roof collapse in a maintenance building. Her home was reduced to crumbled cinderblocks and pieces of floor tile. Hundreds of cars had broken windows. This eyewall has the fastest winds below it and violent currents of air rising through it. Boats were tossed ashore like toys.

But it moved fast and intensified quickly, and emergency authorities lamented that many people ignored the warnings. Air swirls in to fill the low pressure in the storm, sucking air in and upwards, reinforcing the low pressure. Entire roofs were torn away and dropped onto a road.

Entire blocks of homes near the beach were obliterated, reduced to nothing but concrete slabs in the sand. Trees were downed in Panama City, northwest of Mexico Beach, buildings flattened, boats and electrical cables scattered.

Rows and rows of other homes were turned into piles of splintered lumber or were crumpled and slumped at odd angles. Scientists have long warned that global warming will make storms more destructive, and some say the evidence for this may already be visible. The Carolinas are still recovering from Hurricane Florence, which left dozens dead and is estimated to have caused billions of dollars in damage last month. At least two deaths were blamed on Michael, the most powerful hurricane to hit the continental U.