The storm is heading toward Florida next.
Alex Kantrowitz and
Posted on September 9, 2017, at 7:45 p.m. ET
Residents return home in a town east of Havana.
Downed wires and telephone poles line the streets.
A street is blocked by downed telephone poles and debris.
A wave slams into the Cuban coast.
Cubans survey a collapsed building in Havana.
A completely flooded street.
A man with a bucket stands in floodwaters.
Waves crash into Havana ahead of the hurricane.
Flooding in Caibarien, Cuba.
Downed signs, trees, and floodwater.
A palm tree cracks in half amid Irma's ferocious winds.
A big fallen tree blocks a road.
Debris from roofs blown off by the hurricane sits in the street.
A woman and child walk through the storm's winds.
Havana's Malecón is pummeled by waves.
A man tries to shield himself from the rain.
A dog wanders through the debris.
A severely damaged building.
Residents wade through ankle-deep water in Caibarien, Cuba.
A woman clears downed branches following the storm.
Residents walk their bikes through the debris.
Alex Kantrowitz is a senior technology reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in San Francisco. He is the author of Always Day One from Penguin Portfolio.
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