House Flipped Over By Hurricane Michael Righted By Jeep Fleet

A mobile home that had been flipped onto its roof during Hurricane Michael was moved upright thanks to a fleet of Jeep Wranglers. The drivers were part of a local enthusiasts' club called the Bay Area Jeep Association. Roughly 30 people showed up at Dereck and Andrea Clifton's Panama City, Florida, trailer last weekend to help them move the structure and recover valuable items and memorabilia that had been left behind when the family evacuated to Mississippi. Jalopnik reports that cables were wrapped around the home's frame and the Jeeps' bumper-mounted winches, and that it only took eight minutes of slow but steady pulling to get the structure righted. 

How a Florida Jeep Club Used Wranglers to Flip a Family's House Over After Hurricane Michael

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