People concerned about flooded cars can head to one of eight Metrorail garages, where Miami-Dade is offering free parking until Hurricane Irma leaves the area.
People concerned about flooded cars can head to one of eight Metrorail garages, where Miami-Dade is offering free parking until Hurricane Irma leaves the area. Emily Michot MIAMI HERALD FILE PHOTO
People concerned about flooded cars can head to one of eight Metrorail garages, where Miami-Dade is offering free parking until Hurricane Irma leaves the area. Emily Michot MIAMI HERALD FILE PHOTO

Miami-Dade opens up Metrorail garages for free parking during Hurricane Irma

September 07, 2017 06:39 PM

UPDATED September 07, 2017 06:39 PM

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