This aerial photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau shows the historic Seven Mile Bridge.
This aerial photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau shows the historic Seven Mile Bridge. Andy Newman AP
This aerial photo provided by the Florida Keys News Bureau shows the historic Seven Mile Bridge. Andy Newman AP

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