“Work to do” for Florida to recover after Irma, Governor says - The Denver Post

Pierre Ghantos, left, and his son Nathan paddle though their flooded neighborhood in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in Fort Myers, Fla., Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017. By Jason Dearen and Jennifer Kaplan | The Associated Press. September 13, 2017 at 5:26 am ...

Irma spawns unusual storm surges on both Florida coasts - Phys.Org

Charlotte Glaze gives Donna Lamb a teary hug as she floats out some of her belongings in floodwaters from the Ortega River in Jacksonville, Fla., Monday, Sept. 11, 2017, after Hurricane Irma passed through the area. "This neighborhood has …more.

After Irma, Slow Restoration of Services as Leaders Pledge More Help - Voice of America

Emergency workers and National Guard troops are working to find those left stranded in the Florida Keys by Hurricane Irma, while France and Britain pledge to boost their response to those hit by the storms in their territories in the Caribbean. French ...

FEMA: Most Fla. Keys Homes Destroyed or Damaged - Iosco County News Herald

FEMA estimates that Hurricane Irma destroyed about one quarter of the homes in the Florida Keys and damaged most of the others. Keys residents who stayed behind during the storm are now struggling to pick up the pieces. (Sept. 13). Subscribe for more ...

Over 25% of Florida Keys homes flattened by Irma, but some vow to rebuild - CBC.ca

Cut off for days, U.S. Route 1 partially reopened on Tuesday, allowing a stream of anxious, exhausted and frustrated residents to make the trip back to their homes in the Florida Keys following Hurricane Irma. "My son called me up and said, 'They're ...