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These Photos Show How Hard Hurricane Irma Hit Florida

Hurricane Irma continues on its destructive path after making landfall twice in Florida on Sunday morning.

Posted on September 10, 2017, at 5:04 p.m. ET

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Recently planted palm trees lie strewn across the road as Hurricane Irma passes in Miami Beach.

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A car is submerged in a flooded street in Miami.

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A billboard is ripped apart by high winds along Interstate 95 Northbound in Miami.

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A truck is seen on its side after being blown over in Miami.

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Large waves produced by Hurricane Irma crash into the end of Anglins Fishing Pier in Fort Lauderdale.

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Flooding begins in the Brickell neighborhood of Miami.

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Palm Bay officer Dustin Terkoski walks over debris from a two-story home at Palm Point Subdivision in Brevard County after a tornado touched down.

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A fallen tree crashes atop a row of cars in Miami.

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A collapsed construction crane is seen in Downtown Miami as Hurricane Irma arrives at south Florida.

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A sprinkler spews out water after a tree came down on a fence in Surfside.

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The metal canopy at a gasoline station ripped from its base by high winds in North Miami.

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Waves crash over a seawall from Biscayne Bay as Hurricane Irma passes.

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A tree is seen toppled onto a pickup truck after being knocked down by the high winds in Miami.

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A door is blown in at a Regions Bank in Miami.

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A boat rack storage facility lays destroyed after Hurricane Irma blew though Hollywood, Florida.

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Trees and branches are toppled after being knocked down by the high winds in Miami.

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A television news crew wades into a flooded street in the Brickel section of Miami.

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A US flag is tattered by winds in Fort Lauderdale.


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