Many Americans stepping up to help with the recovery for the Gulf Coast

In the wake of Hurricane Michael's devastation, communities and volunteers are reaching out to help and assist.
1:14 | 10/11/18

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Finally tonight here, America strong. And the people here proving it. Inside this Panama City church today, the sun was thing through. Part of the stained glass window, gone. The pews are still in tact. Solve to rebuild here. Neighbor helping neighbor, removing tree limbs from roof tops. Everyone here is told they must boil water. There is always a concern for the animals after the hurricanes. Rob Marciano with the kittens discovered when they fell through a ceiling as a family was huddling and trying to get out. I want to you meet some storm survivors. Four little kittens. We just discovered them in this home. We talked to the honers of this home and they item us how they rode out the storm and as they were leaving, the kittens fell out of the ceiling into the kitchen. They didn't even know they were alive up there. Reporter: Those kittens now safe at a shelter tonight awaiting adoption and a lone America flag where we saw so much destruction in Mexico beach. They will rebuild ??? ??? ???

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