USA: Daytona Beach takes stock of destroyed buildings, businesses

Residents of the city of Daytona Beach started to clean up their properties and the streets of their city after Hurricane Matthew, Saturday.
The city is among the worst-affected by the hurricane winds and water in Florida. Several buildings located on Atlantic Avenue, the main street on the coastal line, were heavily affected by the storm; many windows and walls were seen broken, and a local post office's entire roof was destroyed by the hurricane.
Local business owner, Jim, said his diner was completely destroyed from inside out, saying he will have to close the shop for a while to clean up and file insurance claims.