Joy Brown, who declined to give her age other than that she’s “been 39 for a long time,” stands in the grocery store that doubles as her house in the back the day after Hurricane Michael pushed 10 feet of water from the Gulf of Mexico into her place.
Joy Brown, who declined to give her age other than that she’s “been 39 for a long time,” stands in the grocery store that doubles as her house in the back the day after Hurricane Michael pushed 10 feet of water from the Gulf of Mexico into her place. Emily L. Mahoney Herald/Times Tallahassee Bureau
Joy Brown, who declined to give her age other than that she’s “been 39 for a long time,” stands in the grocery store that doubles as her house in the back the day after Hurricane Michael pushed 10 feet of water from the Gulf of Mexico into her place. Emily L. Mahoney Herald/Times Tallahassee Bureau

Hurricane Michael inundated this tiny Gulf Coast town. Residents try to cope.

October 11, 2018 06:27 PM