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Look Around Walt Disney World At Damage Caused By Irma And Update On Reopening Of The Parks [Photos]

As day breaks on September 11, 2017, there are millions of people who are feeling the effects of Hurricane Irma, which forced its way through Florida, leaving damage and destruction behind it. One of the locations that ended up being almost in the direct path of the storm was Walt Disney World, which received the brunt of punishment overnight from Sunday to Monday. Once the clouds lifted, pictures of the damage around the theme park giant began to emerge.
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