Hurricane Wilma landed in South Florida in 2005 as a late season storm the week before Halloween, causing nearly $17 billion in damage to the state.
Hurricane Wilma landed in South Florida in 2005 as a late season storm the week before Halloween, causing nearly $17 billion in damage to the state. Richard Sheinwald Bloomberg News
Hurricane Wilma landed in South Florida in 2005 as a late season storm the week before Halloween, causing nearly $17 billion in damage to the state. Richard Sheinwald Bloomberg News

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