A cell tower was flattened on Marco Island, where Hurricane Irma began its assault on Southwest Florida.
A cell tower was flattened on Marco Island, where Hurricane Irma began its assault on Southwest Florida. Julie K. Brown Miami Herald Staff
A cell tower was flattened on Marco Island, where Hurricane Irma began its assault on Southwest Florida. Julie K. Brown Miami Herald Staff

In Southwest Florida, Hurricane Irma left scar on nearly every home on every block

September 11, 2017 6:28 PM

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