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Irma's trail of devastation in Florida

A local resident reacts as she sees the damage to her home in Islamorada Key. 


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A local resident reacts as she sees the damage to her home in Islamorada Key. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

A local resident reacts as she sees the damage to her home in Islamorada Key. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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Pastor Louicesse Dorsaint stands with his wife Maria Dorsaint in front of their church, Haitian United Evangelical Mission, in Immokalee.


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Pastor Louicesse Dorsaint stands with his wife Maria Dorsaint in front of their church, Haitian United Evangelical Mission, in Immokalee. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

Pastor Louicesse Dorsaint stands with his wife Maria Dorsaint in front of their church, Haitian United Evangelical Mission, in Immokalee. REUTERS/Stephen Yang
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Pastor Louicesse Dorsaint stands outside his church, Haitian United Evangelical Mission, in Immokalee.


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Pastor Louicesse Dorsaint stands outside his church, Haitian United Evangelical Mission, in Immokalee. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

Pastor Louicesse Dorsaint stands outside his church, Haitian United Evangelical Mission, in Immokalee. REUTERS/Stephen Yang
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Local residents look inside a collapsed coastal house in Vilano Beach. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

Local residents look inside a collapsed coastal house in Vilano Beach. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

Local residents look inside a collapsed coastal house in Vilano Beach. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
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Robert Market, 82, sits in a golf cart in his front yard filled with fallen trees, water, and debris, near Jerome. 


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Robert Market, 82, sits in a golf cart in his front yard filled with fallen trees, water, and debris, near Jerome. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston

Robert Market, 82, sits in a golf cart in his front yard filled with fallen trees, water, and debris, near Jerome. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston
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Lora Castelo rescues a frame with pictures of her children as she walks inside of her destroyed trailer home in Islamorada. 


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Lora Castelo rescues a frame with pictures of her children as she walks inside of her destroyed trailer home in Islamorada. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Lora Castelo rescues a frame with pictures of her children as she walks inside of her destroyed trailer home in Islamorada. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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Lora Castelo stands at a trailer park were her home used to be in Islamorada. 


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Lora Castelo stands at a trailer park were her home used to be in Islamorada. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Lora Castelo stands at a trailer park were her home used to be in Islamorada. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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A man wades out of flood waters from his house in Bonita Springs. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

A man wades out of flood waters from his house in Bonita Springs. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

A man wades out of flood waters from his house in Bonita Springs. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
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Sandra Guzman, left, with her daughter Maria Valentine Romero, right, and their friend Rosa Pulito, back, are pictured in front of Sandra's mobile home in Immokalee.


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Sandra Guzman, left, with her daughter Maria Valentine Romero, right, and their friend Rosa Pulito, back, are pictured in front of Sandra's mobile home in Immokalee. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

Sandra Guzman, left, with her daughter Maria Valentine Romero, right, and their friend Rosa Pulito, back, are pictured in front of Sandra's mobile home in Immokalee. REUTERS/Stephen Yang
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Two days after Hurricane Irma, Rodriquez Benjamin, 86, stands in the door of his room waiting for help to arrive, without power, food, or water at at Cypress Run, an assisted living facility, in Immokalee. 


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Two days after Hurricane Irma, Rodriquez Benjamin, 86, stands in the door of his room waiting for help to arrive, without power, food, or water at at Cypress Run, an assisted living facility, in Immokalee. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston

Two days after Hurricane Irma, Rodriquez Benjamin, 86, stands in the door of his room waiting for help to arrive, without power, food, or water at at Cypress Run, an assisted living facility, in Immokalee. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston
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Olga Teakell, on right, and her family clean her mobile home in Naples.

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Olga Teakell, on right, and her family clean her mobile home in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

Olga Teakell, on right, and her family clean her mobile home in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang
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A destroyed trailer park in Plantation Key in the Florida Keys. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

A destroyed trailer park in Plantation Key in the Florida Keys. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

A destroyed trailer park in Plantation Key in the Florida Keys. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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A man walks back home in the darkness in an area of Miami without electricity, in Little Havana. 

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A man walks back home in the darkness in an area of Miami without electricity, in Little Havana. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

A man walks back home in the darkness in an area of Miami without electricity, in Little Havana. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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Property damage at a mobile home park in Naples.


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Property damage at a mobile home park in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

Property damage at a mobile home park in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang
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A collapsed crane on a building under construction in Key Biscayne. 


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A collapsed crane on a building under construction in Key Biscayne. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

A collapsed crane on a building under construction in Key Biscayne. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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Robert Market, 82, sits in a golf cart in his front yard filled with fallen trees, flood waters, and debris, following Hurricane Irma, near Jerome. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston

Robert Market, 82, sits in a golf cart in his front yard filled with fallen trees, flood waters, and debris, following Hurricane Irma, near Jerome. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston

Robert Market, 82, sits in a golf cart in his front yard filled with fallen trees, flood waters, and debris, following Hurricane Irma, near Jerome. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston
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A woman takes a photo of a buoy that washed up in Vilano Beach. 

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A woman takes a photo of a buoy that washed up in Vilano Beach. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

A woman takes a photo of a buoy that washed up in Vilano Beach. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
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Police officers climb atop a vehicle, from which they reported no fatalities, while trying to salvage it in North Port. 


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Police officers climb atop a vehicle, from which they reported no fatalities, while trying to salvage it in North Port. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

Police officers climb atop a vehicle, from which they reported no fatalities, while trying to salvage it in North Port. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
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Local residents walk amid a destroyed trailer park, in Plantation Key in the Florida Keys. 


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Local residents walk amid a destroyed trailer park, in Plantation Key in the Florida Keys. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

Local residents walk amid a destroyed trailer park, in Plantation Key in the Florida Keys. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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Women walk on a damaged beach access ramp in Ponte Vedra Beach. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

Women walk on a damaged beach access ramp in Ponte Vedra Beach. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

Women walk on a damaged beach access ramp in Ponte Vedra Beach. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
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A collapsed coastal house in Ponte Vedra Beach. 


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A collapsed coastal house in Ponte Vedra Beach. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

A collapsed coastal house in Ponte Vedra Beach. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
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Property damage at a mobile home park in Naples.


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Property damage at a mobile home park in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

Property damage at a mobile home park in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang
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Local residents walk down a street that was flooded in Immokalee.


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Local residents walk down a street that was flooded in Immokalee. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

Local residents walk down a street that was flooded in Immokalee. REUTERS/Stephen Yang
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Beachgoers walk past a damaged coastal house after Hurricane Irma passed the area in Ponte Vedra Beach. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

Beachgoers walk past a damaged coastal house after Hurricane Irma passed the area in Ponte Vedra Beach. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

Beachgoers walk past a damaged coastal house after Hurricane Irma passed the area in Ponte Vedra Beach. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
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A woman takes a selfie in front of a blown over truck in Miami. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

A woman takes a selfie in front of a blown over truck in Miami. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

A woman takes a selfie in front of a blown over truck in Miami. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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Sandra Guzman is pictured with her daughter Maria Valentine Romero in their mobile home in Immokalee.


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Sandra Guzman is pictured with her daughter Maria Valentine Romero in their mobile home in Immokalee. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

Sandra Guzman is pictured with her daughter Maria Valentine Romero in their mobile home in Immokalee. REUTERS/Stephen Yang
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A destroyed trailer park in Plantation Key in the Florida Keys. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

A destroyed trailer park in Plantation Key in the Florida Keys. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

A destroyed trailer park in Plantation Key in the Florida Keys. REUTERS/Carlos Barria
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A damaged coastal house in Ponte Vedra Beach. 


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A damaged coastal house in Ponte Vedra Beach. REUTERS/Chris Wattie

A damaged coastal house in Ponte Vedra Beach. REUTERS/Chris Wattie
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Alyssa Delarosa, left, and Javier Gomez, right, walk down a street that was flooded in Immokalee.

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Alyssa Delarosa, left, and Javier Gomez, right, walk down a street that was flooded in Immokalee. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

Alyssa Delarosa, left, and Javier Gomez, right, walk down a street that was flooded in Immokalee. REUTERS/Stephen Yang
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Housing insulation is seen floating in flood water in a mobile housing park in Naples.


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Housing insulation is seen floating in flood water in a mobile housing park in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

Housing insulation is seen floating in flood water in a mobile housing park in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang
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Children run past a boat that has come ashore in Key Biscayne. 


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Children run past a boat that has come ashore in Key Biscayne. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Children run past a boat that has come ashore in Key Biscayne. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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An uprooted tree that slashed a trailer in half at a mobile home park in Kissimmee. 


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An uprooted tree that slashed a trailer in half at a mobile home park in Kissimmee. REUTERS/Gregg Newton

An uprooted tree that slashed a trailer in half at a mobile home park in Kissimmee. REUTERS/Gregg Newton
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A local resident observes the remains of a Sunoco gas station in Kissimmee. 


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A local resident observes the remains of a Sunoco gas station in Kissimmee. REUTERS/Gregg Newton

A local resident observes the remains of a Sunoco gas station in Kissimmee. REUTERS/Gregg Newton
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A father and daughter walk through floodwaters after in Jacksonville. 


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A father and daughter walk through floodwaters after in Jacksonville. REUTERS/Mark Makela

A father and daughter walk through floodwaters after in Jacksonville. REUTERS/Mark Makela
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Floodwaters engulf trash containers in Jacksonville. 


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Floodwaters engulf trash containers in Jacksonville. REUTERS/Mark Makela

Floodwaters engulf trash containers in Jacksonville. REUTERS/Mark Makela
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A bedroom in a mobile housing park in Naples. 


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A bedroom in a mobile housing park in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

A bedroom in a mobile housing park in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang
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Maida Esteves in her mobile home in Naples.


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Maida Esteves in her mobile home in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

Maida Esteves in her mobile home in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang
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Residents sit on their front porch watching water reside in Everglades City. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston

Residents sit on their front porch watching water reside in Everglades City. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston

Residents sit on their front porch watching water reside in Everglades City. REUTERS/Bryan Woolston
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A father and daughter walk through floodwaters in Jacksonville. 


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A father and daughter walk through floodwaters in Jacksonville. REUTERS/Mark Makela

A father and daughter walk through floodwaters in Jacksonville. REUTERS/Mark Makela
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Property damage at a mobile home park in Naples.

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Property damage at a mobile home park in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

Property damage at a mobile home park in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang
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A family arrives at their house in Immokalee.


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A family arrives at their house in Immokalee. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

A family arrives at their house in Immokalee. REUTERS/Stephen Yang
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Women walk with garbage bags for waders on a flooded street in North Miami. 


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Women walk with garbage bags for waders on a flooded street in North Miami. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

Women walk with garbage bags for waders on a flooded street in North Miami. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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A couple overlooks floodwaters in Jacksonville. 

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A couple overlooks floodwaters in Jacksonville. REUTERS/Mark Makela

A couple overlooks floodwaters in Jacksonville. REUTERS/Mark Makela
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Mexican immigrants gather outside their home in Naples. 

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Mexican immigrants gather outside their home in Naples. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

Mexican immigrants gather outside their home in Naples. REUTERS/Adrees Latif
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Property damage at a mobile home park in Naples.


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Property damage at a mobile home park in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang

Property damage at a mobile home park in Naples. REUTERS/Stephen Yang
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