As Hurricane Irma made landfall in Key West, roofs were being ripped from trailer homes at Li'l Abner mobile home park near Southwest114th Avenue and West Flagler Street in West Miami-Dade County.
As Hurricane Irma made landfall in Key West, roofs were being ripped from trailer homes at Li'l Abner mobile home park near Southwest114th Avenue and West Flagler Street in West Miami-Dade County. YANELI VASQUEZ-MUÑOZ Photo provided to the Miami Herald
As Hurricane Irma made landfall in Key West, roofs were being ripped from trailer homes at Li'l Abner mobile home park near Southwest114th Avenue and West Flagler Street in West Miami-Dade County. YANELI VASQUEZ-MUÑOZ Photo provided to the Miami Herald

Hurricane Irma rips roofs from mobile homes

September 10, 2017 11:18 AM

UPDATED September 10, 2017 03:04 PM

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