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Hurricane Irma meets downtown Miami

The eye of Irma was 150 miles to the southwest, but the storm as so big it pushed the ocean into the Brickell Avenue banking district on Miami's Biscayne Bay turning streets into rivers and leaving those residents who did not evacuate stranded in their luxury condos.
10 Sep 2017 – 04:57 PM EDT
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The Miami River overflowing streets in Miami's downtown after the arrival of Hurricane Irma on Sunday From Brickell Avenue residents chat group
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Water rises up to the sidewalk where the Miami River meets Biscayne Bay as Hurricane Irma reached the city's downtown on Sunday. Crédito: Reuters
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The luxury condominium Icon Brickell Avenue stands on the Miami River just south of downtown Miami. Apartrment sells for more than $1 million.
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Brickell Avenue is the heart of Miami's banking district just south of downtown. Brickell Avenue residents chat group.
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The Marriott Hotel on Brickell Avenue on Sunday after the arrival of Hurricane irma.
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Brickell Avenue flood waters on Sunday Sept 10, one of Miami's most prized peices of real estate on Biscayne bay.
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The flood waters began to overflow Brickell Avenue on Sunday as the eye of Hurriacne Irma reached Key West about 150 miles to the southeast.
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A crane was snapped by Hurricane Irma at a downtown Miami construction site.
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Irma meets downtown Miami Crédito: Reuters
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Irma meets downtown Miami Crédito: Reuters
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A flooded car in Coconut Grove, Miami.
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A flooded street in the Brickell district after Irma Crédito: Getty Images
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Vishnu Obregon, a Miami resident, looks down a street in the Brickell financial district after Hurricane Irma. Crédito: Reuters
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