• Hurricane Michael homeowners grill out for power workers, first responders

    By: Nora Clark , Action News Jax

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    The Franklin County Sheriff's Office posted on its Facebook page Thursday afternoon that power workers and law enforcement personnel rom across Florida arrived to help with cleanup after Hurricane Michael. 

    And some of them ate pretty well, too. 

    The department said that residents of Apalachicola -- one of the areas hardest-hit by Hurricane Michael -- got together to cook what was left in their freezers for those working to help in the cleanup. 

    According to the post, Duke Energy, the Florida Highway Patrol, the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation amd the Florida Department of Transportation were among the agencies fed by citizens.  

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    Similar posts appeared all over Facebook after Michael moved through the Florida Panhandle.  

    Rob Golding in Panama City posted a video of a neighborhood cookout Thursday afternoon with sounds of a chainsaw in the background:  

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