Hurricane Irma left its mark in mid-September, leaving a trail of death and destruction through Florida and parts of the southeast.
On the morning of Sept. 10, Irma hit the Florida Keys about 20 miles north of Key West as a category 4 Hurricane with sustained winds of 130 mph.
Several hours later, Irma came ashore on the mainland over Naples, as it made its way north through Florida.
The hurricane ravaged the Sunshine state, leaving cities under water, and according to multiple media reports, 60 percent of homes across Florida were left without power. Continue reading →