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After Hurricane Irma 5 A.M. Advisory, Florida Residents Riding Out The Storm Say ‘We May Be Sorry’

While some Floridians just left too late to escape the raging winds of Hurricane Irma and others have nowhere to go, there are a few people who chose to stay and face the music and rising waters. After the Hurricane Irma 5 a.m. advisory on Sunday, September 10, the decision to stay looks even riskier. According to the Naples News, Irma will hit Florida with 130 mph wind as an enormous Category 4 hurricane.
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