Hurricane aftermath - Jacksonville

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A pine tree dangles on power lines like a trapeze artist in the 11000 block of Mandarin Road. (Dan Scanlan/Florida Times-Union)

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An uprooted oak treek rests partially blocks San Pablo Road on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016. (Roger Bull/Florida Times-Union)

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The city dock at the end of Mandarins County Dock Road was partially destroyed, the storm ripping off the center and end sections and tossing the pieces on nearby properties. More of the destroyed dock plugs the city boat ramp next door. Other private docks on either side of County Dock also show signs of damage. (Dan Scanlan/Florida Times-Union)

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The Palm Valley Outdoors shop on the intracoastal waterway in Palm Valley in the process of taking down their plywood and sandbags Saturday morning, October 8. 2016 after Hurricane Matthew moved away from Jacksonville. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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Traffic waits at the base of the Palm Valley bridge around 10 am for their chance to get to the beaches and assess damage Saturday, October 8. 2016 after Hurricane Matthew moved away from Jacksonville. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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Some of the waiting traffic was allowed to move to the base of the Palm Valley Bridge on Palm Valley Road just after 9 am as they still waited for their chance to get to the beaches and assess damage Saturday, October 8. 2016 after Hurricane Matthew moved away from Jacksonville. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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Beaches residents wait at the intersection of Davis Park Road and Palm Valley Road for their chance to get to the beaches and assess damage Saturday, October 8. 2016 after Hurricane Matthew moved away from Jacksonville. As of 9 am the checkpoint had not been opened. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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Laura Burke and her dog Suree wait in a snaking line of traffic on Davis Park Road where they waited to get access to Palm Valley Road and Ponte Vedra Beach Saturday morning. Traffic waits at the intersection of Davis Park Road and Palm Valley Road for their chance to get to the beaches and assess damage Saturday, October 8. 2016 after Hurricane Matthew moved away from Jacksonville. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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The St. Johns County Sheriff's Office had Palm Valley Road leading to the Palm Valley Bridge and Ponte Vedra Beach closed to traffic Saturday morning. Traffic waits at the intersection of Davis Park Road and Palm Valley Road for their chance to get to the beaches and assess damage Saturday, October 8. 2016 after Hurricane Matthew moved away from Jacksonville. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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Traffic backs up on the Eastbound lanes of Palm Valley Road at Davis Park Road Saturday morning as residents wait for the roadblock to be opened so they can get to the beaches. Traffic waits at the intersection of Davis Park Road and Palm Valley Road for their chance to get to the beaches and assess damage Saturday, October 8. 2016 after Hurricane Matthew moved away from Jacksonville. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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(left) St. Johns County Sheriff's Office detective Bobby Kukar mans the checkpoint blocking access to the Palm Valley Bridge Saturday morning. Traffic waits at the intersection of Davis Park Road and Palm Valley Road for their chance to get to the beaches and assess damage Saturday, October 8. 2016 after Hurricane Matthew moved away from Jacksonville. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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Signage is moved into place on Palm Valley Road as they prepare to set up a checkpoint before allowing residents to return to the beaches Saturday morning. Traffic waits at the intersection of Davis Park Road and Palm Valley Road for their chance to get to the beaches and assess damage Saturday, October 8. 2016 after Hurricane Matthew moved away from Jacksonville. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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St. Johns County Sheriff's Office detective Bobby Kukar who was blocking access to the Palm Valley Bridge Saturday morning talks with former Jaguar player Tony Boselli who was waiting with other residents for the chance to get to his home in Ponte Vedra Beach. Traffic waits at the intersection of Davis Park Road and Palm Valley Road for their chance to get to the beaches and assess damage Saturday, October 8. 2016 after Hurricane Matthew moved away from Jacksonville. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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Brian Murphy drags tree limbs from a large oak tree that fell in front of his home on Harbor Oaks Rd. In the Spring Park area of Jacksonville after winds and rains delivered by Hurricane Matthew brought it down. Sat. Oct. 8, 2016. (Bob Mack/Florida Times-Union)

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A power pole and tranformer rest on an Arlington street on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016. (Gene Frenette/Florida Times-Union)

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Lori Garrison takes a photo of a large oak tree down in the 1600 block of Mayfair Road in the Spring Park area near Atlantic snapped in half by Hurricane Matthew. Sat. Oct. 8, 2016. (Bob Mack/Florida Times-Union)

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The city dock at the end of Mandarins County Dock Road was partially destroyed, the storm ripping off the center and end sections and tossing the pieces on nearby properties. More of the destroyed dock plugs the city boat ramp next door. Other private docks on either side of County Dock also show signs of damage. (Dan Scanlan/Florida Times-Union)

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A Florida Fish and Wildlife officer drives through the flooding at the Pottsburg Creek boat ramp on Beach Boulevard to check the extent of the overflowing water on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016. (Dan Scanlan/Florida Times-Union)

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A huge pine tree rests in the 8600 block of Sanchez Road on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, pulling power lines down with it as it crushed a wrought iron and brick fence at a house. (Dan Scanlan/Florida Times-Union)

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The effects of Hurricane Matthew dotted the Riverside neighborhood Saturday morning as Doug Shapiro, a pediatric doctor at Wolfson Children’s Hospital, took to the streets near his house to clear downed trees blocking roadways like this one at Riverside Ave. and McDuff Ave. "I just felt like I needed to do something to help after a storm like this, so here I am," Shapiro said. (Jeff Davis/Florida Times-Union)

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JEA crews work to remove fallen trees near power lines in the right-of-way in the 7500 block of Phillips Highway on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, following Hurricane Matthew. (Dan Scanlan/Florida Times-Union)

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The Jacksonville Sheriff's Office blocks the 4200 block of St. Clair Road on the Southside on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, after a huge pine tree fell over during Hurricane Matthew, dragging multiple overhead power lines with it.

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Water floods the streets First at Third in south Jacksonville Beach on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016. (Bruce Lipsky/Florida Times-Union)

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Large tree blocks Oak Street near Osceola Street in Riverside on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, following Hurricane Matthew. (Dede Smith/Florida Times Union)

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An oak tree rests against the corner of a house in The Hammocks off San Pablo Road on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016. (Roger Bull/Florida Times-Union)

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A Fruit Cove resident saws part of a water oak tree on Saturday morning, Oct. 8, 2016, that had blocked both lanes of Fruit Cove Road since Friday afternoon. (Justin Barney/Florida Times-Union)

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A large tree uprooted during Hurricane Matthew on Friday, Oct 7, 2016, rests on an Arlington street on Saturday. (Gene Frenette/Florida Times-Union)

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A power pole with power lines and a transformer hangs in the middle of the 1600 block of Mayfair Road in the Spring Park area near Atlantic snapped in half by Hurricane Matthew. Sat. Oct. 8, 2016. (Bob Mack/Florida Times-Union)

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Hurricane Matthew felled a large oak tree on Friday near the home of Leah Kosiek in the 2700 block of Loretto Road. (Dan Scanlan/Florida Times-Union)

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John Ferrell stands where a six foot sand dune once stood in south Jacksonville Beach on Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016. (Bruce Lipsky/Florida Times-Union)

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A downed pine tree lies near Steve Hanna's house in the 4000 block of Sanchez Road. Hanna said the tree crashed to the ground about 5 p.m. Friday, during the early stages of Hurricane Matthews approach. (Dan Scanla/Florida Times-Union)

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St. John's River choppy water near downtown Saturday morning after storm. (Dede Smith/Florida Times-Union)

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Two fallen trees block all of Cathedral Oaks Place South off San Jose Boulevard. This huge pine tree fell into the street, missing homes but coming very close to a parked SUV across the street. (Dan Scanlan/Florida Tiems-Union)

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Large tree on power lines on Blount Ave. on the west side of Jacksonville. ( Dede Smith/Florida Times-Union)

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A downed oak tree blocks the 2700 block of Loretto Road, having crashed through a backyard fence in the Ramsgate community, with the top of the tree resting on a power line

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The last covered bench from the end of the Jacksonville Beach Fishing pier sits on the beach, while the end of the pier is missing.

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Street flooding and fence down 5400 block of Water Oak Lane. (Dede Smith / Florida Times Union)

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The roof over the gas pumps at the SG Food Store on Atlantic at Southside blown down by Hurricane Matthew. Sat. Oct. 8, 2016. (Bob Mack/Florida Times-Union)

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The steeple on the Morning Glory Christian Fellowship hangs from the roof as a JEA line crew works on the power lines on Atlantic at Linden Road blown down by Hurricane Matthew. Sat. Oct. 8, 2016. (Bob Mack/Florida Times-Union)

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The roof over the gas pumps at the SG Food Store on Atlantic at Southside blown down by Hurricane Matthew. Sat. Oct. 8, 2016. (Bob Mack/Florida Times-Union)

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Debris in the streets of Jacksonville Beach. (Bruce Lipsky/Florida Times-Union)

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What's left of the Jacksonville Beach Pier following Hurricane Matthew is shown Saturday morning, Oct. 8. (Mike Kaufmann/For the Times-Union)

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Jacksonville Beach is show Saturday morning, after Hurricane Matthew. (Mike Kaufmann/For the Times-Union)

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