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  • Long lines at south Dade Burger King following Hurricane Irma

    With power down in many parts of Miami-Dade county, restaurants that are open, are experiencing long lines of customers looking for food. This Burger King, in southwest Miami-Dade, had a line more than a 100 meters long on Sept. 11, 2017.

With power down in many parts of Miami-Dade county, restaurants that are open, are experiencing long lines of customers looking for food. This Burger King, in southwest Miami-Dade, had a line more than a 100 meters long on Sept. 11, 2017. Mario Penton el Nuevo Herald
With power down in many parts of Miami-Dade county, restaurants that are open, are experiencing long lines of customers looking for food. This Burger King, in southwest Miami-Dade, had a line more than a 100 meters long on Sept. 11, 2017. Mario Penton el Nuevo Herald

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