In a report issued by the Florida State on Monday, authorities said that Hurricane Michael has killed at least 29 people in the state during its previous rapture, which now brings the overall death toll to 39.
According to Alberto Moscoso, spokesman of the Florida Emergency Management Division, while ten deaths have been reported in other states, the Florida State’s death toll stood at 29 on Monday afternoon, that is, excluding the addition 10 deaths that had occurred earlier this year.
However, the latest updates in Florida now add four deaths from the hardest-hit coastal Bay County, bringing the total of 19 deaths there. The Gulf County had had 3 recorded deaths, while Gadsden and Jackson counties had two deaths each.
In addition to that, Clay, Liberty and Calhoun counties have each noticed one death caused by hurricane Michael thus far.
Nevertheless, Hurricane Michael slammed into Florida’s Panhandle with 155 mph, that is, 250 kph of winds on October 10th. This attack was said to have greatly affected Georgia, the Carolinas, and Virginia.
These attacks have landed devastating in Mexico Beach, Fla.