Joanna Garone Behnke said it was an agonizing aag, Aggie Vicari.
The Bay County medical examiner's office on Friday confirmed that it was Vicari's body that was recovered Monday. Garone Behnke said.
The South Florida woman Aunt Aggie – affectionately described as a "stubborn Italian woman" – just hours before Michael's devastating winds came ashore. Her fence had already blown over. "
" I know she was scared, and I know it was late, and I know she's the child of her, and I know she did not want to leave it. " , said her niece.
A memorial service will be held next month on Vicari's lot.
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Fire coordinator Brad Price, 49, of Wewahitchka on his tractor when he was killed Thursday, the Gulf County Sheriff's Office said on his official Facebook page.
"We love you, grieve with you, and are praying for all of you," Gulf County firefighters said on their Facebook page.
Florida's 25th, and 35th overall hit the storm – where, in addition to tree falls, the deaths came when the storm hit
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam said Friday that he was killed in a flash flood.
Michael's ferocious wind took a heavy toll on life and property The fall trees themselves are contributing to a $ 1.3 billion hit to the heavily forested Florida Panhandle's timber industry. Pulp mills, sawmills and other production facilities were damaged in 11 of the top timber-producing counties in the state, Putnam said.
"This is a catastrophic loss to the forest industry in the Florida Panhandle," Putnam said in a news release .
Officials were therefore concerned that the trees fell as a fire hazard.
Forest Service Director Jim Karels said the danger grows as the debris dries.
Associated Press writers Brendan Farrington of Tallahassee, Florida, Kelli Kennedy of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and Freida Frisaro in Miami contributed to this report.
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