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In Photos: Pictures from Florida and the Caribbean islands in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma

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Residents observe the damage left by Hurricane Irma in Philipsburg, St. Maarten.

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Damaged homes are seen in the Florida Keys.

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Austin Fernandez rides a skim board on a road flooded by Hurricane Irma in North Naples, Florida.

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Jose Dominguez Sr. cleans up debris following Hurricane Irma in North Miami, Fla.

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A woman stands in an area of Miami without electricity.

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Utility trucks drive north on Interstate 75 in Florida.

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A woman walks on a street in Marigot, St-Martin.

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People queue to board a plane flying out of St. Maarten.

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A mud-covered portrait stands after being recovered from a flooded house in Isabela de Sagua, Cuba.

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A woman reacts next to her damaged house in Isabela de Sagua, Cuba.

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People line up to buy bread after Hurricane Irma caused flooding and a blackout in Havana.

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The Sunrise Motel remains flooded after Hurricane Irma hit East Naples, Florida.

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Boats sit on the bottom in Shell Point Beach as Hurricane Irma pulls the water out September 11.

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Onlookers gather at the edge of floodwaters in Jacksonville, Fla.

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A couple leave their home the morning after Hurricane Irma in Fort Myers, Florida.

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A bicycle rack is half buried in blown sand at Fort Lauderdale Beach.

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A car is engulfed in a fallen banyan tree in Miami.

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A Chevron gas station is wrecked in Leesburg, Fla.

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Local residents wait for the road to Florida keys to reopen.

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A local resident walks across a flooded street in downtown Miami September 10, 2017.

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Recently planted palm trees lie across the road in Miami Beach Sept. 10, 2017.

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A partially submerged car is seen at a flooded area in Coconut Grove.

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Sand covers Ft Lauderdale Beach Blvd.

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A rough surf pounds Boynton Beach, Florida.

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A person battles wind and rain after taking pictures of the flooding along the Miami River.

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Flamingos from Busch Gardens Tampa Bay stand in a secure room.

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A manatee lays stranded after waters receded in Manatee County.

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Cubans recover their belongings after the passage of Hurricane Irma in Havana.

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A man stands in a flooded street in Havana.

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A Cuban wades through a flooded street in Havana.

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A rescue brigade wades through a flooded street in Havana.

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A Royal Marine speaks to a resident in Tortola, British Virgin Islands.

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A sailboat is beached in the cemetery of Marigot, St-Martin.

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Lightning strikes as motorists take the Palmetto Expressway in Miami ahead of Hurricane Irma.

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