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Caught in the Storm: Astonishing Videos Capture Heart-Stopping Moments in a Hurricane

Hurricane Hermine made landfall early Friday morning.

As Hurricane Hermine looms over the southeast portion of the U.S., some residents have had their cameras rolling, showing what it's like to be caught in the raging storm.

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One homeowner in South Tampa experienced the storm from inside a pool enclosure.

In another video, a woman was filming the wild weather when a dramatic explosion is seen in the distance, possibly a transformer blast.

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Good Morning America's Ginger Zee found herself in a flooded hotel in St. Marks, Florida. She posted about it on Twitter.

Water still rising as #Hermine makes landfall just east of our location here in St Marks! pic.twitter.com/SUwyQgJIyq

September 2, 2016

I asked if I could help! I lit the way. B & b owners trying to salvage stuff as water keeps rising. #Hermine pic.twitter.com/FiNQROb8LS

September 2, 2016

Water receding quickly here in St Marks, FL! TS #Hermine now 60 mph max sustained winds centered in South Georgia: pic.twitter.com/7av2tUO90c

September 2, 2016

One woman drove through rising water and spotted what appeared to be an alligator in the middle of the road.

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