A steady stream of traffic heads North on Overseas Highway as mandatory evacuations continue in Monroe County and the Florida Keys on September 6, 2017 due to Hurricane Irma.
A steady stream of traffic heads North on Overseas Highway as mandatory evacuations continue in Monroe County and the Florida Keys on September 6, 2017 due to Hurricane Irma. Marc Serota Getty Images
A steady stream of traffic heads North on Overseas Highway as mandatory evacuations continue in Monroe County and the Florida Keys on September 6, 2017 due to Hurricane Irma. Marc Serota Getty Images

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