More than a month after Hurricane Irma tore through Tampa Bay, countless Floridians are still dealing with her aftermath. In Polk County, thousands of people lined up for disaster food assistance on Saturday. The lines were so long, Lakeland Police had to stop allowing people to come through until the crowds calmed down. "Winds blowing hard, my porch came out. It was very scary, one of the scariest ones in Florida and I've been here about 17 years," Polk County resident Michelle Mendez said.