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Here's How Bad The Flooding Is In The Southeast And Caribbean After Hurricane Irma

The deadly storm left a trail of flooding and destruction from Cuba to the Carolinas.

Posted on September 11, 2017, at 6:04 p.m. ET

Charleston, South Carolina

Mic Smith / AP

Pedestrians wade through a flooded street as Irma makes landfall in Charleston on Sept. 11.

Jacksonville, Florida

Jim Watson / AFP / Getty Images

A man canoes through the flooded streets of the San Marco historic district of Jacksonville on Sept. 11.

Kissimmee, Florida

Jacob Langston / Orlando Sentinel / TNS via Getty Images

Andrew Myers (R) and his mother-in-law Debbie McCulley (L) pass Brian Rondon and his dog, Zeus, as they walk their bikes through the flooded Brookside Avenue in Kissimmee on Sept. 11.

Naples, Florida

Gerald Herbert / AP

Gabriel Melendez, 9, washes his finger after cutting it on glass while helping his grandmother clear debris from her destroyed home in the Naples Estates mobile home park on Sept. 11.

Spencer Platt / Getty Images

A family (L) leaves their flooded home in a rural area of Naples and Fran Schaner (R) walks through water to see the damage to her home on Sept. 11.


Matt McClain / The Washington Post / Getty Images

Mia Herman poses for a photo on a flooded street in Miami on Sept. 10.

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Flooding spread throughout many Miami neighborhoods, including Brickell (R), on Sept. 10.

Bonita Springs, Florida

Gerald Herbert / AP

Kelly McClenthen returns to see the flood damage to her home with her boyfriend Daniel Harrison on Sept. 11.

Key Largo, Florida

Wilfredo Lee / AP

A boat lies secured in a canal between homes and flooded streets on Sept. 11.

Wilfredo Lee / AP

A fire truck is stuck in a flooded portion of Key Largo on Sept. 11.

Immokalee, Florida

Gerald Herbert / AP

Julie Robles walks through a flooded neighborhood in Immokalee on Sept. 11.


Yamil Lage / AFP / Getty Images

Members of a rescue brigade wade through a flooded street in Havana on Sept. 10.

Left: Yamil Lage / AFP / Getty Images; Right: Reuters

Cubans wade through flooded streets in Havana.

Fort Liberte, Haiti

Andres Martinez Casares / Reuters

A girl stands in a flooded area in Fort Liberte, Haiti, on Sept. 8.

Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic

Ivan Alvarado / Reuters

A man looks out to the flooded street as Hurricane Irma moves off the northern coast of the Dominican Republic on Sept. 7.

Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Jose Jimenez / Getty Images

A rescue team from the local emergency management agency inspects flooded areas in Fajardo on Sept. 6.

St. John's, Antigua and Barbuda

Gemma Handy / AFP / Getty Images

Cars are blocked by a road flooded by Hurricane Irma on Sept. 6, 2017.

Marigot, St. Martin

Lionel Chamoiseau / AFP / Getty Images

The Hotel Mercure in Marigot, near the Bay of Nettle, is surrounded by floodwaters on Sept. 6.

This post will be updated as the effects from Irma continue.

A BuzzFeed News investigation, in partnership with the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, based on thousands of documents the government didn't want you to see.