Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Flooded-Streets-after-Hurricane-Matthew-Hits-Florida-27MZIFJJXSGUQ.htmlConceptually similarFlooded Streets after Hurricane Matthew Hits FloridaGP0STQ7IZCompleted★★★★Flooded Streets after Hurricane Matthew Hits FloridaGP0STQ7IKCompleted★★★★Flooded Streets after Hurricane Matthew Hits FloridaGP0STQ7IMCompleted★★★★★★Flooded Streets after Hurricane Matthew Hits FloridaGP0STQ7IQCompleted★★★★★★Damaged Buildings caused by Hurricane Matthew on Florida CoastGP0STQ7J5Completed★★★★Damaged Buildings caused by Hurricane Matthew on Florida CoastGP0STQ7IPCompleted★★★★Damaged Buildings caused by Hurricane Matthew on Florida CoastGP0STQ7ISCompleted★★★★Damaged Buildings caused by Hurricane Matthew on Florida CoastGP0STQ7ITCompleted★★★★Hurricane Matthew Hits FloridaGP0STQ7IUCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STQ7IYFlooded Streets after Hurricane Matthew Hits FloridaFlooding is visible in St. Augustine, Florida in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. The hurricane killed hundreds in the Caribbean and at least four people in Florida, and left swaths of damage and hundreds of thousands of power outages along parts of the US southeast from Florida to the Carolinas. Matthew left more than 1 million people without power in Florida alone. Water from the storm rushed through streets, making roadways look more like rivers.Locations:Florida-St. Augustine (Florida)-United States of AmericaDate:8 Oct, 2016Credit:© Marc Serota / GreenpeaceMaximum size:3000px X 2000pxKeywords:Aerial view-Climate (campaign title)-Climate change-Day-Destruction-Floods-Houses-Hurricanes-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Residential buildings-Storms (weather)-WaterShoot:Hurricane Matthew Hits FloridaMoren than a million Americans fled as Hurricane Matthew, which has already killed more than 100 across the Caribbean, hit the Florida coast. Winds and flood surge battered the Florida coast during the storm.