Fla. Residents Get First Look at Ivan Damage With the sand piled up as high as 10 feet and houses completely wrecked, residents of Pensacola Beach walked back for the first time to inspect the damage done by Hurricane Ivan. NPRs Kathy Lohr reports.
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Fla. Residents Get First Look at Ivan Damage

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Fla. Residents Get First Look at Ivan Damage

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With the sand piled up as high as 10 feet and houses completely wrecked, residents of Pensacola Beach walked back for the first time to inspect the damage done by Hurricane Ivan. NPRs Kathy Lohr reports.