Images of Irma’s path show statewide damage and destruction

TRD MIAMI /
Sep.September 16, 2017 02:30 PM

These images of Hurricane Irma’s destructive path show damage to homes and businesses in the Florida Keys and throughout west Florida. Irma made landfall Sunday on Cudjoe Key as a Category 4 hurricane. [Sun-Sentinel] Mike Seemuth

An employee of Sunbelt Tree Service removes a large oak tree that fell on a house in Maitland during Hurricane Irma. (Credit: Joe Burbank | Orlando Sentinel)

 

Steve Miccio uses rope to secure a limb of a tree that fell on his house north of Tampa in Tarpon Springs on Sept. 11. (Credit: Chris Urso | Associated Press)

 

Members of the city’s fire department assess damage in Bonita Springs caused by Hurricane Irma. (Credit: Nicholas Kamm | AFP | Getty Images)

 

Rick Freedman looks at Hurricane Irma’s damage to a neighbor’s home in Marco Island.(Credit: David Goldman | Associated Press)

 

Paul Wojtecki takes a lunch break during cleanup work at a damaged waterfront restaurant in Islamorada that Hurricane Irma ripped apart. (Credit: Taimy Alvarez | Sun Sentinel)

 

Hurricane Irma destroyed the Raw Bar at Post Card Marina in Islamorada. (Taimy Alvarez | Sun Sentinel)

 
 
 
 
 
 

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