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Trees down every where houses crushed roofs gone thousands of people without power cars damaged people dieing Hurricane Charley was perhaps one of most devastating events that I have ever experienced in my entire life The next morning after hurricane Charley hit we drove outside and saw the devastating remains that Charley left The roads were full of chaos with no traffic lights and the gas lines were insanely long I was very fortunate to only loose my power and cable in comparison to some people loosing a loved one This hurricane caused approximately 20 billion in damages which is nothing compared the 19 lives it took I learned to never underestimate the effects of a hurricane always be prepared for a hurricane and to always think and help the less fortunate Hurricane Charley wasnt perceived as a very powerful hurricane to a lot of people as it progressed more towards Central Florida I feel that a lot of people were not very prepared for Charley just as I wasnt When I heard about this hurricane coming I thought Oh another hurricane coming there is going to be a lot of rain I didnt think it was going to be a big deal at all After the hurricane hit I realized that I was completely wrong One should always be prepared for a hurricane I think that this statement is most definitely true and should be carried out by everyone Every household should have plenty of water money gas batteries flashlights and many other things stashed away in their houses There were major gas outages at the gas stations because people were filling up their generators and cars One of the major problems was that almost everyone was out of power so you could cook or keep things cold without a generator This lead to everyone needed ice to keep their very expensive groceries cold When I looked back at what resulted
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