Hurricane Matthew: After the storm

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Trees lean after Hurricane Matthew on the campus of JU.

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A large tree down, behind the Lazzara Health Sciences Center. (Jacksonville University)

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A large tree down in front of the Reid Medical Science Center. (Jacksonville University)

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JU Student Life staff, including Vice President for Student Affairs Kristie Gover, seated lower right, prepare as students from North campus are relocated to Oak Hall. (Jacksonville University)

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Students dine in Oak Hall during the hurricane. (Jacksonville University)

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A Coast Guard aircraft makes a pass down Jacksonville's beaches Saturday, October 8. 2016 after Hurricane Matthew hit the area the day before. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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A public works truck reclaims sand from dunes washed away on Jacksonville Beach Saturday, October 8. 2016 after Hurricane Matthew's storm surge wiped away a number of dunes down the beach. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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10/08/16 -- Nancy Hall walks beneath one of two giant oaks she lost to Hurricane Matthew, on Saturday, October 8, 2016. Hall said the two oaks shaded her home for the 11 years she has lived on Mauva Juan Ave. Her trees and several others have taken out power and other utilities and blocked the roads in the neighborhood. (Bruce Lipsky/Florida Times-Union)

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Marie and Eric Spottswood cary a piece of the Jacksonville Beach Pier back to their 2nd. Street South home for a souvenir Saturday, October 8. 2016 after the end of the pier was washed away during Hurricane Matthew the day before. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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Beach visitors on a dune walkway Saturday, October 8. 2016, that now stands over a section of Jacksonville Beach were a dune used to be before it was washed away by Hurricane Matthew's storm surge Friday. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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Spectators flocked to Jacksonville's beaches Saturday, October 8. 2016 to see what Hurricane Matthew left behind after the bridges to the beaches were opened. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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Jacksonville beach lifeguard Cami Wight shovels sand with other current and former lifeguards Saturday, October 8. 2016 as they help clean up after the Jacksonville beach lifeguard station took on sand and water during Hurricane Matthew. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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Crews work to remove debris including pieces of the Jacksonville Beach Pier, covering the end of Beach Blvd. in Jacksonville beach Saturday, October 8. 2016 after Hurricane Matthew hit Jacksonville's beaches the day before. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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A beach goer takes in the newly shortened Jacksonville Beach Pier Saturday, October 8. 2016 after the end of the pier was washed away during Hurricane Matthew the day after Hurricane Matthew moved away from Jacksonville. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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Surfers catch the waves by the newly shortened Jacksonville Beach Pier Saturday, October 8. 2016 after the end of the pier was washed away during Hurricane Matthew the day after Hurricane Matthew moved away from Jacksonville. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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Surfers catch the waves by the newly shortened Jacksonville Beach Pier Saturday, October 8. 2016 after the end of the pier was washed away during Hurricane Matthew the day after Hurricane Matthew moved away from Jacksonville. (Bob Self/Florida Times-Union)

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A crew works to replace two damaged traffic lights in the intersection of Atlantic and Southside as JSO officers control traffic. Sat. Oct. 8, 2016. (Bob Mack/Florida Times-Union)

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Blessed Trinity Catholic Church, located at 10472 Beach Blvd. on the Southside, after 10 a.m. Mass Sunday.

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A view of the dune erosion in Atlantic Beach after Hurricane Matthew on Saturday, October 8, 2016. (Eileen Kelley/The Florida Times-Union)

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Blessed Trinity Catholic Church, located at 10472 Beach Blvd. on the Southside, after 10 a.m. Mass Sunday. (Joe DeSalvo/Florida Times-Union)

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Blessed Trinity Catholic Church, located at 10472 Beach Blvd. on the Southside, after 10 a.m. Mass Sunday. (Joe DeSalvo/Florida Times-Union)

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A view of the dune erosion in Atlantic Beach after Hurricane Matthew on Saturday, October 8, 2016. (Eileen Kelley/The Florida Times-Union)

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A view of the dune erosion in Atlantic Beach after Hurricane Matthew on Saturday, October 8, 2016. (Eileen Kelley/The Florida Times-Union)

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A view of the dune erosion in Atlantic Beach after Hurricane Matthew on Saturday, October 8, 2016. (Eileen Kelley/The Florida Times-Union)

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A view of the dune erosion in Atlantic Beach after Hurricane Matthew on Saturday, October 8, 2016. (Eileen Kelley/The Florida Times-Union)

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A view of the dune erosion in Atlantic Beach after Hurricane Matthew on Saturday, October 8, 2016. (Eileen Kelley/The Florida Times-Union)

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A view of the dune erosion in Atlantic Beach after Hurricane Matthew on Saturday, October 8, 2016. (Eileen Kelley/The Florida Times-Union)

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