About 100 people stood outside Homestead city hall Monday afternoon to charge their phones at several outdoor electrical outlets post Hurricane Irma.
About 100 people stood outside Homestead city hall Monday afternoon to charge their phones at several outdoor electrical outlets post Hurricane Irma. Monique O. Madan
About 100 people stood outside Homestead city hall Monday afternoon to charge their phones at several outdoor electrical outlets post Hurricane Irma. Monique O. Madan

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