Visiting the devastation of Hurricane Ike

<div class="meta image-caption"><div class="origin-logo origin-image none"><span>none</span></div><span class="caption-text">Damage after the passing of Hurricane Ike is seen Saturday, Sept. 13, 2008, in Crystal Beach, Texas. The storm roared ashore hours before daybreak with 110 mph winds and towering waves, smashing houses, flooding thousands of homes, blowing out windows in Houston&#39;s skyscrapers, and cutting off power to more than 3 million people, perhaps for weeks. &#40;AP Photo&#47;Smiley N. Pool, Pool&#41;</span></div>
September 14, 2008 4:47:42 PM PDT
With impassable roads, blocked by high water, or even boats, many people are desperate to see the condition of the homes they left behind when they evacuated in advance of Hurricane Ike.HURRICANE IKE: Watch live | Breaking news on Ike | Roadway incidents | Interactive tracking | Viewer photos of Ike | Doppler radar | During the storm | After the storm | Hurricane guide

We flew SkyEye 13 over some of the areas hardest hit by Hurricane Ike so you can see for yourself what's been left behind by the storm. Check the video clips above on this page.

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