A Key West resident carries bedding into a shelter at Key West High School in Key West on Saturday as Hurricane Irma approached. The city opened a shelter of last resort for those who had not evacuated earlier. i
A Key West resident carries bedding into a shelter at Key West High School in Key West on Saturday as Hurricane Irma approached. The city opened a shelter of last resort for those who had not evacuated earlier. i CHARLES TRAINOR JR ctrainor@miamiherald.com
A Key West resident carries bedding into a shelter at Key West High School in Key West on Saturday as Hurricane Irma approached. The city opened a shelter of last resort for those who had not evacuated earlier. i CHARLES TRAINOR JR ctrainor@miamiherald.com

As Hurricane Irma bears down on Key West, hundreds flock to last-resort shelter

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