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A Million Homes Lose Power As Hurricane Irma Makes Its Landfall in Florida

A construction crane designed to withstand to survive the 130-150mph winds has collapsed on a building in downtown Miami. A construction crane has collapsed on a building in downtown Miami, just visible in this video captured by a NWS employee and posted to Twitter. There are about two dozen other cranes around the city, designed along with most of its buildings to survive the 130-150mph winds of a strong category four storm.
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