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Downtown Miami Flooded With Ocean Water; Crane Collapses

The National Weather Service reported that a crane has collapsed in Miami as strong wind from Hurricane Irma blows in. The weather service’s Miami office said in a Tweet that one of its employees witnessed the crane boom and counterweight collapse in downtown Miami. The employee captured video of the collapse. The crane fell onto a high-rise building that's under construction.
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