Sally made landfall as a Category 2 Hurricane early Wednesday morning, bringing damaging winds and storm surge to the Alabama Gulf Coast.

Sustained winds of 100 miles an hour were recorded with wind gusts as high as 115 miles an hour.

Hurricane Sally is a devastating storm.
We are getting frantic calls for help.
Conditions will be very dangerous the next 24 hours .
#unitedcajunnavy

Posted by United Cajun Navy on Wednesday, September 16, 2020

Boats have been tossed onto roadways as a result of high winds and storm surge.

Marinas and condos have also sustained heavy damage from Sally.

First responders are currently surveying damage from Hurricane Sally, the first hurricane to hit Gulf Shores and Orange Beach directly since Hurricane Ivan in 2004.

You can assist in relief efforts by donating to the American Red Cross. Click HERE to donate now.

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