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The Hurricane Destroyed Pensacola & The Photos Are Totally Shocking (PHOTOS)

Missing bridges, roadways, and flooding are prevalent across the panhandle.
Photos Of Damage By Hurricane Sally In Pensacola Show How Devastating The Storm Was

Photos of the damage caused by Hurricane Sally as it wreaked havoc across Pensacola show just how devastating the storm was.

Photos from the Walton County Sheriff's Office's Twitter account show extensive flooding and even a chunk of missing roadway on Bob Sikes Road.

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Meteorologist James Spann posted photos of Pensacola’s new Three Mile Bridge missing portions of the roadway.

Fox 35 reported that the heavy winds loosened a crane, causing it to crash into the bridge.

Among the devastation, heartwarming photos of community members helping each other escape floodwaters have also surfaced.

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Well, it's official — Canada's Wonderland has opened its doors to the general public, welcoming visitors back at 25% capacity. The park, which had been closed since 2019, finally opened to season pass holders on Monday, July 5, for a two-day preview.

Narcity's Ailish Forfar spent the day exploring the park and its new features, which include new safety requirements for guests while they enjoy the rides.

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12 Spots In Toronto That Look Way Too European To Be In The 6ix

You'll want to snap some Insta-worthy photos at these places! 📸

You'll feel like you're in a whole different country at these European places in Toronto

The 6ix has several spots that are straight out of Europe, and you can snap some Insta-worthy photos at incredible Greek Theatres and quaint storefronts.

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On Twitter, Justin Trudeau's photographer posted a bunch of images of him beside shots of another prime minister and the photos are so similar.

Adam Scotti said that his dad, who photographed Brian Mulroney during his time as prime minister, was scanning his old photos and they compared the snaps they had of the two leaders.

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