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IN PHOTOS: The destructive path of Hurricane Irma in Florida and the Caribbean UPDATED

The dangerous Category 5 hurricane made its first impact in the Caribbean islands on Wednesday. By Saturday it's winds had dropped to 130 mph after making landfall in Cuba. On Sunday it began to tear up Florida's west coast, causing major damage in the Florida Keys, as well as flooding in parts of Miami, Naples and Tampa.
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Waves smash into the marker at Key West's Southernmost Point of the United States Crédito: AP
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Billy Queen, 48. His grandfather owned this trailer that once stood where this photo was taken in Plantation Key. It was blown away by Hurricane irma on Sunday. He is hoping that the Federal Emergecny Management Agency (FEMA) will come to his aid. He is a carpenter and says that the trailer park residents are working class folk. Crédito: Almudena Toral/Univision
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The devastating scene at a trailer park in Plantation Key which took the full force of Hurricane Irms. Crédito: Almudena Toral/Univision
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Oden Robert, 40, at his house in Tavernier Key. He is from Arkansas but moved to the Keys to escape the drug culture he saw his friends falling into. He rode out Hurricane Irma with his sick mother, 62, his brother, 24, and a friend. As waters rose they climbed on top of four mattresses, a bed and other furniture. Crédito: Almudena Toral/Univision
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The Brickell Avenue banking district just south of Miami Social media
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Irma meets downtown Miami Crédito: Reuters
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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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Irma meets downtown Miami Crédito: Reuters
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A huge wave breaks near the Morro Castle in Havana, Cuba, on Sunday, September 10, 2017. More than a million people were evacuated in Cuba from the path of Irma, the first Category 5 storm to hit the nation in almost a century. Crédito: Yamil Lage/AFP/Getty Images.
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Waves crash against the seafront boulevard El Malecon ahead of the passing of Hurricane Irma, in Havana, Cuba September 9, 2017. Crédito: REUTERS/Stringer
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A Cuban wades through a flooded street in Havana on Sept. 10, 2017. Crédito: Getty Images
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The forecast track of Hurricane irma, Wednesday Sept 6 Crédito: NOAA
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Hurricane Irma strikes in Caibarien, Cuba Crédito: Desmond Boylan/Associated Press
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The Hotel Mercure in Marigot in Saint Martin during the passage of Hurricane Irma. Crédito: Lionel Chamoiseau/AFP/Getty
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Photo shows storm damage in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in Virgin Gorda’s Leverick Bay in the British Virgin Islands. Caribbean Buzz Helicopters via AP
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Orient Bay, Saint Martin. Lionel Chamoiseau/AFP/Getty Images
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NOAA (via AP)
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Más del 40% de los residentes del sur de Florida se quedaron sin energía durante y después del paso del huracán Irma. Crédito: Lionel Chamoiseau/AFP/Getty Images
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Dominican and Haitian authorities reported flooding and minor damage in Irma's wake but no immediate deaths or widespread destruction. Photo of Nagua, Dominican Republic. Crédito: AP
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General view of half-submerged vehicles, boats and debris in the flooded harbour as Hurricane Irma hits the French island territory of Saint Martin in this video grab made from footage taken from social media. RCI GUADELOUPE/Handout via REUTERS Crédito: Social Media/Reuters
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An image of Saint Martin airport after the hurricane. @airplusnews/Twitter
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Saint Martin airport
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Image taken from a video posted on Facebook by Stefany Santacruz. It shows the view from her balcony of Irma's arival in Saint Martin. Crédito: STEFANY SANTACRUZ/Getty Images
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Vehciles and boats underwater in the French part of the island. Crédito: Social Media/Reuters
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Streets and homes are badly flooded in Saint Martin @RCI_GP/Twitter
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The interior of the airport in Saint Martin. @airplusnews/Twitter
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Building and streets under water after the passage of Irma. @RCI_GP/Twitter
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Saint Martin airport after Irma. @airplusnews/Twitter
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Wednesday afternoon at Fajardo, in the northeast of Puerto Rico as Irma makes her arrival. Crédito: Gety Images
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A Homestead resident in South Florida putting up hurricane shutters. Crédito: Getty Images
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A store in Key Lardo boarding up before Irma's arrivals. An evacuation is underway in the Florida Keys. Crédito: Getty Images
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