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Florida Keys residents start to return after Hurricane Irma

- 1clickdaily.com
17 Sep 2017
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Forced out by Irma, residents finally returning to Lower Florida Keys

17 Sep 2017
Story highlights Monroe County officials began letting residents head back to the lower Keys and Key West at 7:30 a.m. SundayOne evacuee was told, "It's a horrible scene. It's worse than pictures can show"Florida City, Florida (CNN) Residents of the Lower Florida Keys were finally allowed to return home Sunday morning, more than a week after they were forced to flee the ...
- newssummedup.com

Forced out by Irma, residents return to Lower Florida Keys

- news8000.com
17 Sep 2017
Traffic heading to a checkpoint to access the Florida Keys after Hurricane Irma on Sept. 16 in Marathon, Florida. Many places in the Keys still lack water, electricity or mobile phone service and residents are still not permitted to go further south than Islamorada. The Federal Emergency Managment Agency has reported that 25-percent of all homes in the Florida Keys were ...

Working class hardest hit in Florida Keys damage

17 Sep 2017
On Friday, the Monroe County Sheriff's Office still wouldn't allow most Lower Keys residents past the checkpoint, as search-and-rescue teams scour the neighborhoods that took the hardest blows and water and power remain scarce. But on Saturday, Middle Keys residents were allowed to return home and by Sunday, all residents of the Keys can go home, according to the Miami Herald .
- mypalmbeachpost.com

Returning Keys residents must be self FOX21News

- fox21news.com
17 Sep 2017
FILE - In this Sept. 9, 2017 file photo, evacuees are moved to another building with more bathrooms while sheltering at Florida International University ahead of Hurricane Irma in Miami. Students in two of the nation's largest school districts still don't know when they'll return to class, forcing many Florida parents to juggle childcare as they head into a second week of ...

How Airfares From Major Carriers Stack up for People Looking to Return to Florida

17 Sep 2017
Now that Hurricane Irma has passed and left its devastating mark on Florida, parts of the southeastern US and the Caribbean, the concern for many residents is how to get home. Earlier today, we told you that JetBlue is capping its airfare to its Florida destinations, Charleston (CHS) and Savannah (SAV) at $99 for nonstop flights and at $159 for connecting flights.
- financialsbeat.com

Forced out by Irma, residents return to Lower Florida Keys

- wsls.com
17 Sep 2017
Monroe County officials began letting residents head back to the lower Keys and Key West at 7:30 a.m. Sunday, but cars started lining up at the first of two checkpoints on the south Florida mainland around 11 p.m. Saturday, according to a Race Trac gas station attendant near the checkpoint.

Help the Keys Recover From Hurricane Irma

17 Sep 2017
Irish Kevin's Bar of Key West, Florida is committed to helping Key West and the Florida Keys recover from the impact of Hurricane Irma. This fund has been created with the resolve to expedite the daunting task of revitalizing the Keys. All monies generated from this fund will be appropriated to local area charities that are in need and deserving of assistance. To be clear: ...
- youcaring.com

Hurricane Irma makes landfall in Florida Keys, targets Gulf Coast

- washingtonpost.com
17 Sep 2017
"It's going to skirt the West Coast and drive storm surge not only from the Keys but well up the coast of Florida," William "Brock" Long, administrator of the Federal Emergency Management Agency, said Sunday on ABC's "This Week." "So, it's a worst-case scenario for Florida on the West Coast."

A return to normalcy is the last thing Florida needs

17 Sep 2017
"Things will return to normal next week," goes the refrain. Most citizens of Florida long for a return to the normalcy we enjoyed before Labor Day Weekend, 2017 when it became clear Irma might impact our state. That normalcy being sold by the politicians among other is exactly what they want because then once again Floridians will take their eyes off the ball. Irma is ...
- thefloridasqueeze.com

Returning Keys residents must be self

- cbs12.com
17 Sep 2017
In this Sept. 13, 2017, photo, a house with its roof blown off by Hurricane Irma in Summerland Key, in the Florida Keys. Rising sea levels and fierce storms have failed to stop relentless population growth along U.S. coasts in recent years, a new Associated Press analysis shows. The latest punishing hurricanes scored bull's-eyes on two of the country's fastest growing ...

What's Happening In The Florida Keys

17 Sep 2017
That hospital, along with Fishermen's Hospital in Marathon and the Lower Keys Medical Center in Key West "are working quickly to be able to receive patients," Clark said. The three Trauma Star helicopters were to return to Monroe County and resume patient pickup by midday Tuesday.
- wlrn.org

How a bill requiring Florida nursing homes to have backup AC died

- tampabay.com
17 Sep 2017
The Florida Health Care Association, the nursing home industry's trade group, said Thursday afternoon that 56 of the state's 683 nursing homes were still without commercial power. The state reported that 45 nursing homes were evacuated or closed, including 29 that moved residents after the storm.
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