A group of Venezuelans were stranded at Miami International Airport after Santa Barbara Airlines canceled all scheduled flights from Friday, Sept. 8, 2017 to Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017, due to Hurricane Irma.
Danielle VanHoven arrives at her father's devastated home in Big Pine Key on Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017. Residents were allowed to return to their homes today a week after Hurricane Irma struck the Florida Keys.
Joann and Joe Ferrero return to their home in Summerland Key on Sunday, Sept. 17, 2017, the first day residents were allowed back in following Hurricane Irma. Their home, a trailer that had survived for 65 years, was completely destroyed by the storm.
Carlos Reyes, manager of Latin American Cafeteria, tells the story of how he fed hundreds of people breakfast hours after Hurricane Irma made its way through south Florida on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2017.
About 150 city employees reported to work after a harrowing hurricane weekend, some equipped with their own yard tools, to help clean up the Beach’s public spaces after Irma flooded streets and knocked power lines from poles across the island.
Sister Margaret Ann caught an off-duty Miami-Dade Police Department officer's attention as she was doing her part to help her neighborhood recover after Hurricane Irma on Sept. 12, 2017. The department posted this video and some photos of her cutting trees on its Facebook page.
Brett David, the CEO of Prestige Imports, rides the car elevator at the Porsche building in Sunny Isle Beach, Florida to the 56th-floor penthouse of the Porsche Design Tower in a Pagani Zonda worth $15 million.
Residents of Mac Town's group homes were relocated to the main campus to get them into safer buildings for the approaching Hurricane. MAC Town, the Miami Achievement Center for the Developmentally Disabled, made room for the additional clients by using their recreation room to house them from Hurricane Irma's effects.