This is debris swept from homes on Canal Street in Tavernier.
This is debris swept from homes on Canal Street in Tavernier. Kevin Wadlow Keynoter
This is debris swept from homes on Canal Street in Tavernier. Kevin Wadlow Keynoter

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    Lori Jones and her boyfriend, Kim Kenney, pose for a picture outside their tent at Castaways RV Park, at Father Tony Way & Avenue C in Big Pine Key on Friday, Dec. 8, 2017. Lori and Kim have been living in a tent next to their trailer that was destroyed during Hurricane Irma.

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