HURRICANE IRMA: TWO-THIRDS OF FLORIDA WITHOUT POWER

HURRICANE IRMA: TWO-THIRDS OF FLORIDA WITHOUT POWER. The houses in a residential area stand submerged in a home park after Hurricane Irma hit Naples, Florida on Sept 11, 2017. About 6.5 million homes in Florida, two-thirds of the total, are without power after Irma cut a deadly path through the state, officials say. Relief operations are under way and engineers are working to restore power, but many areas remain stranded. Photo courtesy Agencies

Last Updated: 2017-09-12

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