The reconstructed sea wall and deck at Shuckers in North Bay Village in 2014.
The reconstructed sea wall and deck at Shuckers in North Bay Village in 2014. CHARLES TRAINOR JR. MIAMI HERALD STAFF
The reconstructed sea wall and deck at Shuckers in North Bay Village in 2014. CHARLES TRAINOR JR. MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Irma leaves North Bay Village under water

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