Here come the floods: Terrifying videos show waves crashing into teen’s patio doors while winds rip a tree out from the ground in a backyard as Matthew wreaks havoc in Florida
- Security cameras captured the high tide hit one Palm Coast beach home
- The 50 sandbags placed outside the house did nothing to stop waves
- At one point the waves crash so hard they reach the top of the glass door
- Jacksonville, St Augustine and Daytona Beach among hardest hit areas
- 20 young people were stranded in a bed and breakfast during storm surge
- Another man had to be rescued after falling into water, losing wheelchair
- One Jacksonville Beach video shows moment the high tide soared over the sea wall and flooded the streets
- Matthew has killed 842 people in Haiti and killed three in the US
Security cameras at the beach home of one Florida teen captured the horrifying moment Hurricane Matthew sent waves crashing right into the front porch.
Grant Lynch had already evacuated his home in Palm Coast, but the camera that was left on inside captured the startling scene as the storm moved up the coast.
The waves could clearly be seen through the home’s sliding glass doors as they repeatedly crashed against the porch during the storm surge.
Fifty sandbags were placed outside the house, but they did little to stop the tide as one wave crashed with such force it almost reached the top of the window screen.
Lynch’s father told CNN he was sure the glass would shatter when the water hit the windows.
‘There was rocks coming from the beach and hitting the windows,’ Lynch added. ‘It was crazy.’
‘I’ve never seen anything like it. I’ve never seen the water get that far to the house,’ he said, explaining that the home was 150 feet away from the beach’s dunes.
Lynch’s video was just one of
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