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In photos: Getting home after Hurricane Irma

Canceled flights, roads closed: many Florida residents are stranded after fleeing Hurricane Irma.
11 Sep 2017 – 05:48 PM EDT
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Line of cars trying to get back to Miami Beach this morning, even tho they won't be let in bc roads are impassable Crédito: Twitter @elizabethrkoh
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At least three million users were reported with power outages in Florida/ Little by little some households recovered service. In the image, Estrella Palacios walks through the trees brought down by Hurricane Irma on Brickell Avenue in Miami's financial center.
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Fallen trees and power lines in Miami Beach. The roads will reopen once roads are safe, police say. Twitter: Miami Beach Police
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The streets of Miami Beach have a lot of debris and fallen power lines. Crews are working quickly to ensure road safety, according to Miami Beach police. Twitter: Miami Beach Police Crédito: Twitter: Miami Beach Police
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Hundreds of trees were toppled fell all over the Florida peninsula, bringing down power lines. Getty Images
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Clean up began quickly in Key Biscayne amd power was also restored on Monday.
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Naples residents woke up to flooded streets on Monday. Crédito: Getty Images
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Authorities reported historic flooding in Jacksonville. Crédito: @FCN2go Digital Reporter
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Downtown Jacksonville on Monday. AP photo. Crédito: AP
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Tampa International Airport website on Monday. Crédito: David Adams
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Flight activity in the southeast was way below normal as airports remained closed after the passage of Hurricane Irma./flightradar24.com Crédito: flightradar24.com
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Flooded streets ....Twitter Crédito: Eulimar Núñez
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Streets blocked ..../Twitter Crédito: Eulimar Núñez
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