Residents Return to Upper Florida Keys After Irma Evacuations

StoryfulWeatherPublished: September 12, 2017
Published: September 12, 2017

Upper Florida Keys residents were able to return home on Tuesday, September 12, after Hurricane Irma ripped through the region. Key Largo, Tavernier and Islamorada residents were allowed back after being evacuated last week, a news report said. The highway to farther away islands had been washed out by the storm and a roadblock was in place, the report said. At least one resident spotted a row of power company trucks ready to tackle restoring power to the islands. More than five million people were without power across Florida following Irma. Credit: Instagram/Shawna Simcic via Storyful

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