Javier Narvaez poses on Miami Beach as the outer bands of Hurricane Irma reached South Florida early Saturday morning, September 9, 2017.
Javier Narvaez poses on Miami Beach as the outer bands of Hurricane Irma reached South Florida early Saturday morning, September 9, 2017. David Santiago dsantiago@elnuevoherald.com
Javier Narvaez poses on Miami Beach as the outer bands of Hurricane Irma reached South Florida early Saturday morning, September 9, 2017. David Santiago dsantiago@elnuevoherald.com

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