2 Dead, 700,000 Without Power As Damages From "Nightmare" Michael Top $20 Billion | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


2 Dead, 700,000 Without Power As Damages From "Nightmare" Michael Top $20 Billion

As it moved inland over Georgia on track to hammer some parts of South and North Carolina that haven't yet recovered from Hurricane Florence, Hurricane Michael was downgraded to a tropical storm Wednesday night. It's expected to exit the Continent on Friday, leaving a more than 200-mile long trail of devastation and what's expected to be roughly $20 billion in damages as it tears through the southeastern US. Already, 2 deaths have been confirmed, and it's believed that more will come. During the latest update, the storm was 30 miles west of Augusta, Georgia and is headed into South Carolina.

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