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Florida and the Caribbean dig out of Hurricane Irma's devastation and begin a slow and costly recovery

Hurricane Irma's destruction could cost $50 billion in the US. Residents across the Caribbean and Florida were starting to assess the damage on Monday. Recovery will take months — or even years — in the areas hardest hit. The storm is still hitting Georgia, Alabama, and the Carolinas. Hurricane Irma was one of the strongest storms ever recorded in the Atlantic Ocean, and its damage is just starting to emerge as the heavy rains and destructive winds give way to sunshine.
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