Hurricane Hermine: the images that capture the storm

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A news reporter doing a stand up near a sea wall in Cedar Key, Florida is covered by an unexpected wave as Hurricane Hermine nears the Florida coast, Thursday, 1 September 2016.Image source, AP
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It is tricky reporting on live TV in the middle of a hurricane, as this journalist near a sea wall in Cedar Key found out.
A street is blocked from debris washed up from the tidal surge of Hurricane Hermine Friday, 2 September 2016, in Cedar Key, Fla.Image source, AP
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In the storm surge that came with the hurricane, waves swept a large amount of debris onto the shore in the town of Cedar Key.
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This house in Cedar Key lost its front, one of many properties to have been damaged.
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Many places are suffering from very high water resulting from the storm surge, like here in Steinhachee, Florida.
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Florida Governor Rick Scott has warned people to stay vigilant with life-threatening coastal flooding and rip currents likely to continue.
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There is no estimate for the damage done yet, but businesses are taking stock in Florida as the storm passes inland.
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Real estate in a real state, but these estate agents in Cedar Key are putting on a brave face and got on with the clear-up operation.
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There was damage in Georgia too, like here in Valdosta, where a man tries to open the back door of his father's house. More than 100,000 people are reported to be without electricity.
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It will take a while before Tom Reams' daughter can use her car again.
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For some, the aftermath of Hermine brought enjoyment though.