Hurricane Frances

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Indian River Drive north of the Jensen Beach Causeway

The Hutchinson Island Inn on the beach on Hutchinson Island Sunday.

Jensen Beach: A boat slams into a guardrail on the Jensen Beach Causeway on Sunday

Indian River, Jensen Beach
Ft Pierce

Sailboats washed ashore during Hurricane Frances rest in a parking lot in Fort Pierce, Fla. Sunday, Sept. 5, 2004. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)

Police officer Fred Pate stops traffic as he enforces a curfew in Fort Pierce, Fla. Sunday, Sept. 5, 2004 . Hurricane Francs hit Fort Pierce Saturday night. (AP Photo/John Bazemore)


Arthur Jay checks damage to boats scattered along the shore of the St. Lucie River in Stuart, Fla., after Hurricane Frances made landfall on Sunday, Sept. 5, 2004. Dozens of boats were tossed from their moorings and were thrown against the shore, docks, bridges or are just missing. (AP Photo/Dave Martin)

A car drives carefully past a section of destroyed roadway near Jensen Beach, Fla., on Sunday, Sept. 5, 2004.

Hutchinson Island: Patty McGee, 59, looks over the damage to her home. McGee rode out the storm under a pool table at Archie's, a beach bar, adjacent to the her home.

One of the Atlantis III condominiums on Hutchinson Island is filled with sand washed inland by Hurricane Frances. The sand inside the apartment reached three feet deep.

This ocean view at Atlantis III condominiums on Hutchinson Island received a three-foot-deep dose of sand during Hurricane Frances.

At Atlantis III condominiums at 10200 South Ocean Drive, sand more than three feet deep fills up this living room area on the first floor of a residence. The sand was washed in by the storm surge from Hurricane Frances.

A small bridge on A1A is washed out just north of the Hutchinson Island Nuclear Power Plant a result of Hurricane Frances.You can't go from Ft. Pierce to Islandia using A1A because of this.

Men look over boats damaged at the Ft. Pierce City Marina by Hurricane Frances. The Lady Diane is a $3.2 million, 100-foot boat.

In the 4100 block of Indian River Drive, a boat is pushed up against the road, which has collapsed after being undermined by sand. This view looks due south with the new Jensen Beach causeway bridge under construction.

Maximino Delgado, a worker at Chuck's Seafood Restaurant on Hutchinson Island, looks over the damage from Hurricane Frances on Monday. The tables and chairs were in an inside dining room that was either washed away or blown away in the storm.

Sand from the storm surge of Hurricane Frances covers A1A just south of the Fort Pierce Inlet.

Chuck's Seafood Restaurant on Seaway Drive in Fort Pierce sustained heavy damage. Most of the building was destroyed. The building sits on the Fort Pierce Inlet.

Fort Pierce: Jim Marriott hammers nails into a beam while working on removing the orginal thatched roof from the Tiki Bar and Restaurant. the Tiki was damaged in Hurricane Frances, and crews are working on removing the old roof before Hurricane Jeanne.