Employees of the Dominican Immigration Office board up the windows of their building as they prepare for the arrival of Hurricane Irma, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Wednesday, Sept. 6 2017. The strongest hurricane ever measured in the Caribbean is expected to lash the Dominican Republic with heavy rains and 185-mph winds batting other islands in the region.
Employees of the Dominican Immigration Office board up the windows of their building as they prepare for the arrival of Hurricane Irma, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Wednesday, Sept. 6 2017. The strongest hurricane ever measured in the Caribbean is expected to lash the Dominican Republic with heavy rains and 185-mph winds batting other islands in the region. Ezequiel Abiu Lopez AP
Employees of the Dominican Immigration Office board up the windows of their building as they prepare for the arrival of Hurricane Irma, in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, Wednesday, Sept. 6 2017. The strongest hurricane ever measured in the Caribbean is expected to lash the Dominican Republic with heavy rains and 185-mph winds batting other islands in the region. Ezequiel Abiu Lopez AP

Renters wanted to board up their apartment windows for Irma. But the landlord said no

September 07, 2017 06:58 PM