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Irma Makes Second Landfall In Florida, Videos Show Miami Damage, Three Million Reported Without Power

Hurricane Irma made its second landfall in Florida Sunday, and began assaulting Florida’s west coast, putting Tampa Bay directly in the path of the largest Atlantic hurricane in history. Florida Power and Light reports that more than three million Florida residents are without power and that number is expected to rise. An hour after making landfall the monster storm had weakened from a category 3 to a category 2 storm with winds at 110 MPH.
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