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  • Crane near Downtown Miami rotates in tropical storm winds

    A construction crane near downtown Miami moves with the first bursts of tropical storms winds before hurricane Irma arrives on Saturday, September 9, 2017. The cranes are designed to withstand winds up to 145 miles per hour, according to the authorities .

Crane near Downtown Miami rotates in tropical storm winds

A construction crane near downtown Miami moves with the first bursts of tropical storms winds before hurricane Irma arrives on Saturday, September 9, 2017. The cranes are designed to withstand winds up to 145 miles per hour, according to the authorities .
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