The city announced the spills Saturday evening.
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In the aftermath of Hurricane Michael, this, too, has become a major problem. "Right now I just need communication", said Mullins of not having cell phone service.
Linda Clarke gasped repeatedly at the sight of her once new home in Shell Point Beach - now severely damaged. But Nelson, who sits on the Senate Armed Forces Committee, said that fears that Tyndall will close are in his opinion "unfounded". "And one of the first things that everybody has said is, 'Are we going to have church?" But he gave no information on how many planes were on the base during the storm or how many were damaged.
"A lot of what we have been able to do is to ensure that people have those basic needs of water and food", Tezel said.
The number of dead was expected to rise, but authorities scrapped plans to set up a temporary morgue, indicating they had yet to see signs of mass casualties from the most powerful hurricane to hit the continental USA in almost 50 years. Mexico Beach, the ground-zero town, was almost obliterated by the hurricane, an official said Friday as the scale of the storm's fury became ever clearer. Rain got into the modest home, just north of Lynn Haven in the Panama City area, and it had started to smell of mold.
The rebuilding effort is expected to take a long time.
The 44-year-old is among at least 17 who have died since Hurricane Michael made landfall on Wednesday.
Michael barreled into the Florida Panhandle last week as a Category 4 hurricane with 155 miles per hour winds that practically flattened the town of Mexico Beach. Individuals in Virginia, North Carolina, and Georgia have been killed in Hurricane-related incidents as well.
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Michael has since been downgraded to a tropical storm as it moves through the Carolinas, which are still recovering from last month's Hurricane Florence.
The base was evacuated before Michael hit and all 3,600 personnel are listed as safe.
The Department of Corrections said Saturday that the inmates were evacuated from the Gulf Correctional Institution and Annex and a portion of Calhoun Correctional Institution. They had damage to the roof and the infrastructure critical for security, authorities said.
Cathy and Mexico Beach City Clerk Adrian Welle told ABC News that 46 of those who stayed behind were missing Sunday.
Search and rescue personnel have so far found one body while combing through the ruins of a small Florida Panhandle community destroyed by Hurricane Michael that left hundreds thousands without power and supplies.
"We still haven't gotten into some of the hardest-hit areas", said Mr Brock Long, administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency (Fema), last Friday, noting that he expects to see the number of people killed climb.
The tally of lives lost across the South stands at 14, including the victim found in the rubble of Florida's Mexico Beach.
On Saturday, rescue crews heard cries for help and crow-barred into a mobile home crumpled by the storm in Panama City, Florida, freeing a mother and daughter, both diabetics who had been trapped in a closet without insulin for two days and were on the verge of diabetic shock, rescuers said.
Government and private relief centers were opening up to provide badly needed food, water and other aid to people whose lives were upended by the monster storm. They've also set up a triage tent to treat residents stepping on nails and cutting themselves on debris.