Photos and videos from around the Jacksonville area show the extent of damage left behind by Hurricane Matthew.
St. Augustine was one of the hardest hit areas. Streets of downtown filled with water.
Storm surge also rushed into Jacksonville and Neptune Beach and downtown Amelia Island was flooded.
Here are the best videos that you need to see (warning: some of these videos may contain profanity):
Action News Jax reporter Russell Colburn saw people trapped by rising water at the Casablanca Inn on the Bay in downtown St. Augustine.
Action News Jax reporter Kevin Clark was live from Jacksonville Beach as the beach and the Jacksonville Beach Pier took a beating from Hurricane Matthew.
Action News Jax reporter and anchor Letisha Bereola was in downtown Jacksonville as the winds whipped across the St. Johns River.
Unbelievable viewer video shows water rushing from the Atlantic Ocean into the streets of Jacksonville Beach.
The Jacksonville Beach Pier was getting pounded during Hurricane Matthew and a piece of the pier appeared to have broken off.
Water was rushing up to the boat ramp in Fernandina Beach.
A young boy exclaimed "Not my favorite tree" as a tree went down at a home off Kernan Boulevard.
This video of a tree going down in The Woods neighborhood off Atlantic Boulevard in Jacksonville is just shocking.
Video shows parts of A1A in Flagler Beach collapsed during the storm.
Another angle of the flooding that devastated downtown St. Augustine.
In the midst of serious Hurricane Matthew, some kids in Jacksonville found a way to have fun.
Comprehensive video from the flooding in St. Augustine.
Unbelievable video of water rushing into the Flagler College breezeway in downtown St. Augustine.
A traffic signal came down at a major intersection in the Arlington area of Jacksonville.
A piece of the Jacksonville Beach Pier eventually broke off during Hurricane Matthew.
Dunes protecting beach homes in Vilano Beach near St. Augustine were destroyed in Matthew.
A deck fell completely off of a Vilano Beach home.
An exit sign flew into the air during Action News Jax reporter Ben Becker's live shot.
Videos of flooding and damage shared on Action News Jax's Twitter page also tell the story of the destructive storm:
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