Harrigan: ‘We’ve Had 24 Hours of Non-Stop Rain But this Wind Is Actually the Strongest that We’ve Seen’

‘It looks like just complete wreckage down the street’

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HARRIGAN: "Yeah, we’ve had 24 hours of nonstop rain. This wind is the strongest that we’ve seen. I’m watching bits and pieces of this roof come off the house here and into the grass here. There was a 60-yard beautiful beach there. That beach is gone. It’s come over the sand dunes now and over the road. It looks like just complete wreckage all the way down the street. You see stuff now from the interior of some houses, some furniture. The houses along the beach are torn apart by the wind, Shepard."

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