Hurricane Wilma bent palm trees in Plantation when it made landfall in Plantation in 2005.
Hurricane Wilma bent palm trees in Plantation when it made landfall in Plantation in 2005. Richard Sheinwald Bloomberg News File
Hurricane Wilma bent palm trees in Plantation when it made landfall in Plantation in 2005. Richard Sheinwald Bloomberg News File

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