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Hurricane Andrew photos: The storm no one in Florida will forget

Florida Governor Rick Scott assured that "Irma is bigger and stronger than Andrew," and asked citizens to be prepared. Twenty-five years ago Andrew affected about 730,000 homes and buildings in the state, especially in the city of Homestead, south of Miami.
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Publicado: 09 Sep | 05:17 PM EDT
A 23 años del paso del huracán Andrew
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During the night of August 24, 1992, Hurricane Andrew hit south Florida, causing unprecedented damage. Homestead, in south Miami, was hit hardest. Andrew caused 26 deaths and left 250,000 people wihout homes. Foto: Getty Images | Univision.com
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The aftermath of Hurricane Andrew in Florida, 1992.
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Homestead, Florida. Foto: Getty Images | Univision.com
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If a similar hurricane were to hit today at the same point, it would be far more catastrophic. Damages would exceed 100 billion, according to a recent analysis by insurance firm Swiss Re. Foto: Getty Images | Univision.com
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A 23 años del paso del huracán Andrew
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A home in the wake of Hurricane Andrew. Foto: Getty Images | Univision.com
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A 23 años del paso del huracán Andrew
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After Hurricane Andrew, looters preyed on dozens of locations. Foto: Getty Images | Univision.com
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A 23 años del paso del huracán Andrew
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Since 1992, the population of Miami has grown by more than 35%. Foto: Getty Images | Univision.com
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Hace 25 años no había ni teléfonos inteligentes ni redes sociales: fue m...
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A man tries to use a public telephone in Miami afrer Hurricane Andrew. Foto: Getty Images | Univision.com
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A 23 años del paso del huracán Andrew
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Onlookers observe the damage after Andrew. Foto: Getty Images | Univision.com
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A 23 años del paso del huracán Andrew
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An apartment building in Homestead. Foto: Getty Images | Univision.com
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A 23 años del paso del huracán Andrew
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Hurricane Andrew aftermath. Foto: Getty Images | Univision.com