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The Forgotten Hurricane

Building Tomorrow - The Forgotten Hurricane

Rebuilding Panama City

Hurricane Michael reached the Florida Panhandle in the fall of 2018. Panama City was one of the hardest struck cities in the Gulf Coast region, and thousands of families lost their homes. Almost two years later, the reconstruction is still ongoing and helping hands are much needed. Volunteer work plays an important role in getting the community back on its feet again.

Hurricane Michael hit Panama City, Florida, in October 2018. Almost two years later, the recovery work is still ongoing and helping hands are much-needed.

A steady 43 years in the same area; until hurricanes Irma and Michael paid a visit. Karen and her mother Irene can now look forward to moving into that same neighborhood again.

John Edwards from Volvo CE dealer Cowin Equipment is on-site in Panama City to contribute to home builds after Hurricane Michael.

After Hurricane Michael, Janeen from Panama City had lost everything. Now she will soon move into a new home built partly by volunteer hands.

Kelly and her four children had just moved to an area where they finally felt safe. Then the hurricane came. Now they are ready to put the key in the door to a new home.