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>> President Donald Trump is getting a close up view of the devastated Florida panhandle, days after Hurricane Michael tore through the area.>> Hard to believe. I've seen pictures but it's hard to believe when you're above it in a plane and to see the total devastation. See no houses left.
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Not even the pads are left, it's incredible. To see this, personally, it's very tough. It's very, very tough. Total, total devastation. This is the mayor, by the way.>> Officials say at least 18 people in four states were killed. And rescuers searching for dozens of missing people in the Florida panhandle say they expect the death toll to rise.
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The hardest hit areas are still difficult to navigate through the wreckage. Reuters photographer Terray Sylvester is in Panama City.>> In the Cove neighborhood of Panama City itself, a resident told me that crews of neighbors in pickup trucks with chainsaws had been going block by block and helping to clear the streets themselves.
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But also helping to clear their neighbors' driveways to help them get cars out if they needed to.>> And many survivors are grappling with power outages and shortages of food and water.>> Everything okay, you doing all right?>> The White House says it's committed to helping state and local agencies with Florida's recovery.