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Irma death toll in US rises to 10; leaves 'devastation' in Florida Keys
Hurricane Irma was still wreaking havoc in South Carolina late Monday after causing at least 10 deaths in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.
A flash flood emergency was issued for Charleston Monday afternoon as Irma, which was downgraded to a tropical depression Monday evening, battered the Southeast with torrential rain and dangerous storm surges.
A Charleston, S.C. resident puts plastic up over his apartment door as a car rests in floodwaters near East Bay Street in Charleston, S.C., Sept. 10, 2017.more +
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SJCFR Urban Search and Rescue teams are finding numerous homes throughout the county that have been damaged by high winds, fallen trees and flood waters.more +
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A car sits abandoned in storm surge waters along North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard as Hurricane Irma hits the southern part of the state Sept. 10, 2017 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.more +
As of late Monday, Irma was about 95 miles south of Atlanta, moving north-northwest at 15 mph with sustained winds of 35 mph. The storm is expected to continue to weaken as its center moves northwest Tuesday.
A tornado watch across parts of the Georgia coast, including Savannah, and South Carolina has been cancelled.
Irma brought heavy rain and wind to Atlanta on Monday night. A wind gust of 64 mph was reported in Atlanta on Monday afternoon and heavy rainfall was recorded across the Southeast. Brunswick, Georgia recorded over 6 inches of rain Monday and Beaufort, South Carolina registered nearly 5.9 inches.
On Monday, President Donald Trump approved a state of emergency declaration in Alabama after speaking to Gov. Kay Ivey on the phone the day before, the White House announced.
Monday morning, water raced through the streets of Jacksonville, Florida, bringing record levels of storm surge along the coast and inland rivers.
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Street flooding is prevalent on the Southbank of downtown as Hurricane Irma passes by in Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 11, 2017.more +
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Urban Flood Water Rescue Team 2, with the Jacksonville Fire and Rescue Department, makes its way along San Marco Boulevard on the Southbank of downtown as Hurricane Irma passes by, Sept. 11, 2017, in Jacksonville, Fla.more +
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For those contemplating driving around (down)town today...this seems to be a recurring theme. #JSO recommends not.
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Tallahassee appears to have been spared from injuries, major damage or flooding, the emergency management director for Leon County told ABC News Monday morning. The major issue there are power outages from trees that fell over power lines.
Bumper-to-bumper traffic was seen on Interstate 4 heading toward the west coast of Florida as those who were evacuated made their way back home.
A $150 Billion Misfire: How Disaster Modelers Got Irma So Wrong
Como mera curiosidade, já passaram alguns anos desde o último 'Irma' nos Açores.
Irma kills 2 in Georgia and 2 in South Carolina
29 mortos só nos Estados Unidos...
The storm is responsible for the deaths of least 65 people in the Caribbean and the Southeast, with 29 of those originating in battered Florida, Georgia and South Carolina.
'For first time in 300 years, there’s not a single living person on the island of Barbuda'
Barbuda has been left completely devastated by Hurricane Irma. An estimated 95% of Barbuda’s structures are damaged, and the entire island of around 1,800 people has been evacuated.
“The damage is complete,” says Ambassador Ronald Sanders, who has served as Antigua and Barbuda’s ambassador to the U.S. since 2015. “For the first time in 300 years, there’s not a single living person on the island of Barbuda — a civilization that has existed on that island for over 300 years has now been extinguished.”
According to Sanders, Irma was “the most ferocious, cruel and merciless storm” in the island’s history. The hurricane was 378 miles wide when it descended on Barbuda, which is just 62 square miles.