Almost 50 People Missing in Florida After Hurricane Michael Ravages Beachfront Town

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President Trump signed a declaration Sunday saying the federal government will, for now, pay for 100 percent of the cleanup in Florida, temporarily easing the financial burden on the state.

The death toll now stands at 17.

Gillum is likely to stay off the campaign trail for several more days, although his calculation is a bit different than Scott's. "And now we're going around the neighborhoods making sure that they're not in any of these houses that are so extremely damaged".

More than 190,000 homes and businesses in Florida were without electricity as of Sunday, along with about 120,000 in Georgia, where Trump also planned to survey hurricane damage. It was announced late on Sunday that he declared a state of emergency in Georgia, freeing up federal resources for the state.

According to the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration, human-caused greenhouse gases in the atmosphere create an energy imbalance, with more than 90% of remaining heat trapped by the gases going into the oceans. He said 289 people, including 10 children, chose to stay despite evacuation orders last week, ABC reported.

Gee fled her home near Panama City with her two children on Thursday but was concerned about her aunt and uncle.

President Donald Trump is expected to visit both Florida and Georgia early this week to inspect the damage, accompanied by first lady Melania Trump. Environment Canada has confirmed that provinces on the east coast will be experiencing Hurricane Michael aftermath until at least Wednesday. The Florida Democrat and member of the Armed Services Committee said older buildings on the base were demolished, while newer ones will need substantial repairs. He also said that some of the hangars were damaged severely.

While Nelson visited multiple emergency operations centers and met with leaders at hard hit Tyndall Air Force Base.

Their damaged homes have no power and no running water, and it could be weeks before utilities are restored.

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There are still 46 people missing in Florida after the chaos of Hurricane Michael last week, according to a new report by ABC News.

"Entire communities have been wiped off the map", Patronis, a Panama City native, said in the statement. But the electric utility said it will take longer for downtown Panama City and other towns closer to where Michael roared onshore.

Currently, there are almost 192,000 customers in Florida without electricity.

As President Donald Trump visited the devastated zone, the death toll from Michael's march from Florida to Virginia stood at 17, with just one confirmed death so far in Mexico Beach, a town of about 1,000 people that was almost wiped off the map in a direct hit from the hurricane and its 155 miles per hour (250 kph) winds last week. "There is no better advocate for Governor Scott and his agenda to make Washington work than the First Lady", the campaign added.

Trump is fully committed to helping state and local agencies with the recovery, the White House said. It was one of the most powerful storms ever recorded in the United States with squally winds gusting at 250 kmph.

Trump last month visited North and SC after they were hit by Hurricane Florence.

Florida officials evacuated almost 3,000 inmates from two hurricane-damaged prisons - the Gulf Correctional Institution and Annex and Calhoun Correctional Institution.

The Department of Corrections said Saturday that the inmates were evacuated from the Gulf Correctional Institution and Annex and a portion of Calhoun Correctional Institution.

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