Presentation on theme: "A semi-tractor trailer truck is broken and left dangling in the bay from the broken end of the Interstate 10 bridge to Santa Rosa County."— Presentation transcript:
A semi-tractor trailer truck is broken and left dangling in the bay from the broken end of the Interstate 10 bridge to Santa Rosa County.
A significant section of the Interstate 10 bridge was removed by Hurricane Ivan. This photo looks east toward Santa Rosa County.
A Stop sign and car are almost buried on Fort Pickens Road.
A boat that ended up on top of another looks like a double-decker.
Boats washed up everywhere-- these are along Pensacola Beach Boulevard.
The cross on Pensacola Beach survived Hurricane Ivan.
Boats washed up everywhere-- this is the service road that runs alongside Pensacola Beach Boulevard.
President George Bush is photographed Sunday with James Heinold while assessing the hurricane damage in the Southwind area of Pensacola.
A beach house on Navarre Beach lies in complete ruin along the shoreline.
Homes along the Grand Lagoon shoreline area lay in ruins from the hurricane.
Fort Pickens still lies partially submerged in water Saturday morning.
Fort Pickens and its surroundings are completely underwater in the wake of Hurricane Ivan.
The marina next to Bayfront Auditorium was pushed all the way back to the sea wall, shoving the boats and docks on top of one another.
The Five Flags Motel at Pensacola Beach was heavily damaged by Hurricane Ivan.
An apartment complex on US 98 near the Naval Live Oaks area is devastated by the storm.
The FloraBama nightclub on the Florida-Alabama state line sustained heavy damage from Hurricane Ivan, as did Panama Mac's bar in the background.
Fort Pickens Road is now completely washed over.
Damage done to Pensacola Beach by Hurricane Ivan is seen in the aerial photo taken Friday.
Search and rescue personnel use a dog to search the debris for bodies and survivors that used to be a house in the Grand Lagoon subdivision Friday afternoon.
Ginger Chouimard looks over the interior of her house on Creary St. which was emptied of furniture by Hurricane Ivan's storm surge. Most the debris and furniture outside belongs to her neighbors. Her large screen television set was found about 200 ft. down the road from her home.
A Mazda Miata sits in the Santa Rosa Sound Friday along with other debri from nearby Pensacola Beach condominiums along Fort Pickens Road.