Most of the roads in Florida's Bay County are now impassable. There's no electricity, no working sewers, no gasoline, very little cell service, and a boil water advisory.
"This whole town's destroyed" after Hurricane Michael, says Ryan Smith, a mechanic in Lynn Haven, on the north side of Panama City, Fla.
He's standing outside a red brick apartment complex where most of the roofs are gone and giant pine trees have fallen through some of the buildings.
"This was our house," he says. "Now all our stuff's destroyed."