Manuelito Hervas and Federico Rodriguez work to put aluminum shutters up on a home along NE 95th St. near NE 12th Ave. in MIami Shores on Sept. 6, 2017 in preparation for Hurricane Irma.
Manuelito Hervas and Federico Rodriguez work to put aluminum shutters up on a home along NE 95th St. near NE 12th Ave. in MIami Shores on Sept. 6, 2017 in preparation for Hurricane Irma. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com
Manuelito Hervas and Federico Rodriguez work to put aluminum shutters up on a home along NE 95th St. near NE 12th Ave. in MIami Shores on Sept. 6, 2017 in preparation for Hurricane Irma. Emily Michot emichot@miamiherald.com

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