Michael and Tori Munton of Saint Marys, Georgia, make their way through the flooded streets of their town’s historic downtown as storm surge from Hurricane Matthew hit Friday, Oct. 7, 2016. No damage estimate from the storm has been made, but the states affected are sure to request billions from Congress. Funding, however, isn’t certain.
Michael and Tori Munton of Saint Marys, Georgia, make their way through the flooded streets of their town’s historic downtown as storm surge from Hurricane Matthew hit Friday, Oct. 7, 2016. No damage estimate from the storm has been made, but the states affected are sure to request billions from Congress. Funding, however, isn’t certain. Curtis Compton Atlanta Journal-Constitution/Associated Press
Michael and Tori Munton of Saint Marys, Georgia, make their way through the flooded streets of their town’s historic downtown as storm surge from Hurricane Matthew hit Friday, Oct. 7, 2016. No damage estimate from the storm has been made, but the states affected are sure to request billions from Congress. Funding, however, isn’t certain. Curtis Compton Atlanta Journal-Constitution/Associated Press

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