Michael creates hardships

  • In this Oct. 13, 2018 photo, Clinton Moseley who lives with his mother, stands in front of her home after a tree fell on the home during Hurricane Michael, in Panama City, Fla. The house has been in his family for a century. Water gushed in, but he said they’re staying. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

  • In this Oct. 13, 2018 photo, Pam Rudd reacts as she helps her mother-in-law remove possessions from her damaged home in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Fla. “We’re lucky that we at least have a place to stay,” Rudd said. “There are people walking up and down the road with backpacks and no place to go.” (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

  • Mary Frances Parrish reacts outside her heavily damaged home, in the aftermath of Hurricane Michael in Panama City, Fla., Saturday, Oct. 13, 2018. She didn’t leave the storm because her car was broken down, she didn’t have a place to go and if she did she didn’t have the money for it. She is caring for her terminally ill son who lives with her. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

LYNN HAVEN, Fla. — Mary Frances Parrish is expecting to be without electricity for weeks, or roughly the same time the terminally ill son she’s caring for is expected to live.

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