Survey of Charley's Damage

Here is a look at the path of destruction from Hurricane Charley:

JAMAICA: One killed. Flooding leaves some roads impassable and submerges crops in the southern agricultural region.

CUBA: At least three killed, and four others injured. At least 41 buildings in Havana collapsed early Friday. More than 200,000 people were evacuated in western and central Cuba.

FLORIDA: At least 13 people were killed, hundreds were unaccounted for and thousands were homeless. More than 2 million utility customers lost power.

— In Charlotte County, which includes Punta Gorda: Ten dead, three hospitals out of service because of damage. Charlotte Regional Medical Center evacuating all patients. Emergency Operations Center not operational. Two shelters significantly damaged. Sheriff's office destroyed. Seven fire stations destroyed. Thirty-one mobile home parks suffered major damage.

— In Desoto County, which includes Arcadia: Reports of roof blown off at Turner Agri-Civic Center, a hurricane shelter where 1,200 people had gathered. Twelve injuries. Top floor of hospital damaged. Emergency operations center roof blown off. Water tower collapsed.

— In Highlands County: Radio tower knocked down.

— In Lee County, which includes Fort Myers: County property appraiser estimates 250,000 buildings structures, homes and churches were damaged, causing just under $3 billion in damage.

— In Osceola County: Four wells at water treatment plant shut down. Multiple fire stations damaged.

SOUTH CAROLINA: Grand Strand resort area evacuated and nearly emptied of 180,000 tourists and residents. About 65,000 customers lost power, including 32,000 in the Charleston area.

NORTH CAROLINA: Gov. Mike Easley declared state of emergency. Thirty-six shelters opened in 14 counties. Mandatory evacuation in vulnerable areas of Brunswick County and on Ocracoke Island, which is accessible only by ferries.