Hurricane Sally Brings Destruction to the Gulf Coast
Hundreds of thousands of people are without power after Hurricane Sally came barrelling through the Gulf Coast this week.
Sally made landfall in Alabama on Wednesday as a Category 2 hurricane. According to reports, Sally was moving at less than five miles an hour when it first made landfall with winds at 105 MPH. The slow moving hurricane, which turned into a tropical storm, created mass destruction before tearing through the Florida Panhandle.
In Bon Secour, Alabama, multiple businesses, including Bon Secour Fisheries and Billy’s Seafood, an open-air fresh seafood market...
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