Hurricane topples truck, high tension lines

Updated Oct 13, 2018

Extreme Meteorologist Reed Trimmer posted a video to Facebook that detailed some of the extensive damage done by Hurricane Michale as it blew through the Florida panhandle. It shows large metal towers carrying high tension electric wires toppled and a tractor-trailer blown over by the winds. Earlier reports showed a freight train blown off the tracks. Losses from the storm, which had top winds of 140 mph, could add up to between $2 billion and $4.5 billion. At least 13 people have been reported dead as a result of the storm, and some 1.4 million customers are without power.