Double Takes Amid the Devastation: Reporting on a Hurricane’s Surreal Aftermath

As our journalists navigate roads damaged by Hurricane Michael, Sheri Fink recalls indelible images from her coverage of Hurricane Florence: traveling by boat on a highway, watching floodwaters swallow roofs, ferrying survivors whose lives were forever altered.

Comments: 3

  1. Thoughts and prayers to all those who don't believe in Global Warming.

  2. Heartbreaking stories. Phenomenal photos.

  3. Good people often make good journalists; I've learned the importance of that as I'm progressing through my career. It's important to see stories like this that show a side of the people who work at the Times that we often do not see. Profound work by Ms. Fink and Ms. Swift.