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Wow — Watch Hurricane Irma Turn The Streets Of Miami Into An Overflowing River

WOW. Hurricane Irma is starting to really hit various parts of south Florida hard, and right now Miami is taking the brunt of the rain and water, as the hurricane has pushed past the sea wall and broken through to the streets across the city. Related: Kirk Cameron Says Hurricanes Are A Lesson From God… People who have [...]
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