In the fall of 2019, Eric Brandt was awakened one night by the creaking of steel rods in a cement wall. The 69-year-old former miner, now a writer, woke up to the crash of the second big storm he experienced in four years, crashing into his apartment building on the shore of Lake Michigan, south of Chicago (Illinois).
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