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7 am Irma Floods Downtown Miami 86 mph Winds Kendall 25 ft high Waves

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Irma Floods Downtown Miami

Miami Beach 86 mph Winds Kendall 25 ft high Waves 

 2017-09-10- 7:48 am 

Not knowing what to expect over 250,000 Floridians seek shelters around the state in Category 5 Government built Structures  such as Highschools etc. Over 800,000 Floridians have been without power.




As over 7 million people a historical number for the State of Florida evacuated the state a couple of days, while they flee a monstrous Hurricane Irma. Yesterday Morning, Miami-Dade County Mayor Carlos A. Giménez said there are still over 25,000 residents seeking shelter in the Miami Dade areas and numbers increase around the State of Florida.
At 3:38 am Sunday Morning September 10, Heavy Winds floods downtown Miami, over 3 to 4 inches says CBS Miami reporter as wind gusts already at 50 miles per hour.

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BEWARE KENDALL 95 mph winds 7:48am

 Right now in Downtown Miami Coastline, At 7.7 ft high waves at 7:08 am.
Key Biscayne waves as high as 24.9 ft  AND Miami Beach Wind 86mph Setp 10 7:37am and 110 miles south of Naples as of about 8 a.m. ET.



Curfews Counties and Cities in South Florida
Counties include Broward, Flagler, Orange, Palm Beach, Volusia, and Seminole. The cities of Miami, Miami Beach, North Miami Beach, Homestead, Key Biscayne, Melbourne Beach, Coral Springs, and Coral Gables also issued curfews.

IRMA'S EYE  HITS THE FLORIDA KEYS 

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The National Hurrican Center reports at 8:28 am:

 IRMA MAKES LANDFALL AT CUDJOE KEY IN LOWER FLORIDA KEYS... 9:10 AM EDT Sun Sep 10 Location: 24.7°N 81.5°W Moving: NNW at 8 mph Min pressure: 929 mb Max sustained: 130 mph

Deaths Reported in Florida Keys

While The Florida's Keys residents were seeking shelter, some last minute bystanders, increased the death toll to 3 as of 8:00 am. Seeking shelter is a necessity as the emergency responders took shelter a few hours before or the night before. It is unsure how that first response individual posing for a photo is present are not the wind suppose to be be life threatening after all is it not the winds that made the vehicle flip. Should he not be in evacuation. Also it was reported today that a Hardee County, Florida, sheriff's deputy was one of two people killed in a car accident Sunday morning as Hurricane Irma creeped in.

http://abcnews.go.com/US/hurricane-irma-close-landfall-florida-keys-dead-state/story?id=49738525

http://www.express.co.uk/news/weather/852292/Hurricane-Irma-latest-update-Florida-Keys-man-dead-USA-death-toll

KEY COLONY BEACH

 In Key Colony Beach 24 43 North almost 40 feet high waves were captured.




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