Hurricane Michael made landfall in the Florida panhandle as a Category 4 storm on Wednesday, causing widespread and sometimes catastrophic damage. So far, two people have died as a result of the storm. SEE ALSO: Watch from the cockpit as storm hunters enter Hurricane Michael's eye As Michael, now a tropical storm, moves toward the Carolinas, photos are surfacing of the destruction it's already left in its wake. Trees and road signs are bent backwards, homes and businesses have been ripped open, and debris is strewn everywhere. Many buildings have been crushed by trees. Image: Joe Raedle/Getty Images Image: Joe Raedle/Getty Images Image: Joe Raedle/Getty Images Image: Joe Raedle/Getty Images Road clearing is a main objective today to create safe passage for the community. Many roads remain blocked with trees and electric lines down. We are encouraging citizens to stay off the road today. #MichaelTLH (Photo: @TallyPD) pic.twitter.com/I8YlRclYX6 — City of Tallahassee (@COTNews) October 11, 2018 Marianna is torn up #HurricaneMichael pic.twitter.com/xkio7rdGKG — holly gregory (@hollygregory33) October 10, 2018 Anyone who has been to Panama City Beach might recognize this. #PanamaCityBeach #HurricaneMichael pic.twitter.com/B9chL0Kks9 — Eric Shepard (@EricShepard1) October 11, 2018 F-15 Eagle static display at Veterans Park in Callaway, Florida before and after #HurricaneMichael. pic.twitter.com/SeVVbNpvAU — Ward Carroll (@wardcarroll) October 11, 2018 With daylight comes a better view of the damage in Albany from #HurricaneMichael #fox5atl #fox5storm pic.twitter.com/m0Xd5VswJp — denisedillon (@DillonFox5) October 11, 2018 WATCH: This NASA simulation of aerosols reveals a lot about the recent hurricanes read more Disclaimer: Chances are that this post was requested by an advertiser.