Miami police deputy chief Luis Cabrera speaks at a news conference about Hurricane Irma preparations Sept. 7, 2017. From left, Miami Commissioners Ken Russell, Francis Suarez and Frank Carollo stand behind him.
Miami police deputy chief Luis Cabrera speaks at a news conference about Hurricane Irma preparations Sept. 7, 2017. From left, Miami Commissioners Ken Russell, Francis Suarez and Frank Carollo stand behind him. Carli Teproff cteproff@miamiherald.com
Miami police deputy chief Luis Cabrera speaks at a news conference about Hurricane Irma preparations Sept. 7, 2017. From left, Miami Commissioners Ken Russell, Francis Suarez and Frank Carollo stand behind him. Carli Teproff cteproff@miamiherald.com

Heed Hurricane Irma’s evacuation orders, Miami police say. A big storm is coming.

September 07, 2017 09:00 PM

UPDATED September 07, 2017 09:00 PM

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