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Aerial Before And After Photos Reveal Sobering Extent Of Irma's Devastation In The Caribbean

By the time Hurricane Irma slammed into Florida’s southwest coast on Sunday, triggering one of the largest evacuation orders in American history, several Caribbean islands had already borne the brunt of the hurricane’s devastation when it was a far deadlier and more powerful Category 5 storm.
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