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  • *Millions without power across Florida. TAMPA, Fla.,/ MIAMI, Sept 11- Hurricane Irma took aim at heavily populated areas of central Florida on Monday as it carved a path of destruction through the state with high winds and storm surges that left millions without power, ripped roofs off homes and flooded city streets. Irma, once ranked as one of the most powerful...

  • TAMPA, Fla.,/ MIAMI, Sept 11- Hurricane Irma took aim at heavily populated areas of central Florida on Monday as it carved a path of destruction through the state with high winds and storm surges that left millions without power, ripped roofs off homes and flooded city streets. Irma, once ranked as one of the most powerful hurricanes recorded in the Atlantic, came...

  • Sept 10- Hurricane Irma knocked out power to nearly 4 million homes and businesses in Florida on Sunday, threatening millions more as it crept up the state's west coast, and full restoration of service could take weeks, local electric utilities said. Irma hit Florida on Sunday morning as a dangerous Category 4 storm, the second highest level on the five-step...

  • Water recedes in Tampa Bay ahead of Hurricane Irma on Sept. 10th, 2017.

    Tampa Bay could be devastated by Irma, with the potential for a storm surge and damage to infrastructure and toxic waste sites.

  • Sept 10- Hurricane Irma knocked out power to more than 3 million homes and businesses in Florida on Sunday, threatening millions more as it crept up the state's west coast, and full restoration of service could take weeks, local electric utilities said. Irma hit Florida on Sunday morning as a dangerous Category 4 storm, the second highest level on the five-step...

  • Sept 10- Hurricane Irma knocked out power to more than 3 million homes and businesses in Florida on Sunday, threatening millions more as it crept up the state's west coast, and full restoration of service could take weeks, local electric utilities said. Irma hit Florida on Sunday morning as a dangerous Category 4 storm, the second highest level on the five-step...

  • Sept 10- Hurricane Irma knocked out power to more than 2.6 million homes and businesses in Florida on Sunday, threatening millions more as it crept up the state's west coast, and full restoration of service could take weeks, local electric utilities said. Irma hit Florida on Sunday morning as a dangerous Category 4 storm, the second highest level on the five-step...

  • Sept 10- Hurricane Irma knocked out power to more than 2.4 million homes and businesses in Florida on Sunday, threatening millions more as it crept up the state's west coast, and full restoration of service will take weeks, local electric utilities said. Hurricane Irma hit Florida on Sunday morning as a dangerous Category 4 storm, the second highest level on the...

  • A lone passenger waits to be picked up at the otherwise busy arrivals terminal at Orlando International Airport ahead of the arrival of Hurricane Irma making landfall, in Florida, U.S. September 9, 2017.

    Hurricane Irma is grounding thousands of flights across four continents.

  • A car sits abandoned in storm surge along North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard as Hurricane Irma hits the southern part of the state September 10, 2017 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

    Irma churns viciously up Florida's west coast, aiming at Tampa-St. Petersburg after making landfall twice.

  • Sept 10- Hurricane Irma knocked out power to more than 2.4 million homes and businesses in Florida on Sunday, threatening millions more as it crept up the state's west coast, and full restoration of service will take weeks, local electric utilities said. FPL, the biggest power company in Florida, said more than 2.3 million of its customers were without power by...

  • Sept 10- Hurricane Irma knocked out power to about 2 million homes and businesses in Florida on Sunday and threatened millions more as it crept up the state's west coast, the state's electric utilities said on Sunday, and full restoration of service will take weeks. FPL, the biggest power company in Florida, said over 1.9 million of its customers were without power...

  • Sept 10- More than 1.6 million homes and businesses in south Florida were without power from Hurricane Irma on Sunday, the state's largest utility said, and repairs to its system will take weeks, threatening to leave millions in the dark. Duke warned its 1.8 million customers in northern and central Florida that outages could exceed 1 million.

  • Sept 10- More than 1.4 million homes and businesses in south Florida were without power from Hurricane Irma on Sunday, the state's largest utility said, and repairs to its system will take weeks, threatening to leave millions in the dark. Much of the state has not yet felt the full brunt of the storm as Irma barreled across the Florida Keys on Sunday morning and...

  • MIAMI— A crane atop a high-rise building under construction collapsed Sunday in downtown Miami amid strong winds from Hurricane Irma— the first known crash of the two dozen such heavyweight hazards looming over the city skyline as the monster storm powers across the state. The crane collapsed and fell into the top of a building under construction, said Miami...

  • A crane tower is seen after part of it collapsed from the winds of Hurricane Irma on September 10, 2017 in Miami, Florida.

    A construction crane collapsed onto a high-rise building in Miami as winds from Hurricane Irma intensified across the city.

  • Sept 10- Hurricane Irma knocked out power to over 1.3 million homes and businesses in south Florida on Sunday and threatened to leave millions more in the dark as it marched up the state's west coast through the rest of the day. FPL decided to shut only one of the two reactors at its Turkey Point nuclear plant on Saturday because the storm track shifted, and plans to...

  • In this NOAA-NASA GOES Project handout image, GOES satellite shows Hurricane Irma as it moves over Cuba and towards the Florida coast as a category 4 storm in the Caribbean Sea taken at 14:15 UTC on September 09, 2017.

    Hurricane Irma gained strength as it broke loose from Cuba and was upgraded to a category 4 storm in the early morning hours Sunday.

  • A man walks against heavy winds after the passage of Hurricane Irma, at Caibarien, Villa Clara province, 330km east of Havana, on September 9, 2017.

    Hurricane Irma, with its gale force winds, will hammer Florida's Keys before moving up the state's West coast.

  • People enjoy the beaches and fishing pier in Naples before the arrival of Hurricane Irma into Southwest Florida on September 8, 2017 in Bonita Springs, Florida.

    Irma, one of the most powerful Atlantic storms in a century, has already lashed the Caribbean with devastating winds and torrential rain.