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    Residents of the lower keys that voluntarily evacuated due to Hurricane Irma are not being allowed to go past mile marker 74. Authorities let first responders supplies and journalists go further but if you reside past mile marker 74 you are not allowed in.

Residents of the lower keys that voluntarily evacuated due to Hurricane Irma are not being allowed to go past mile marker 74. Authorities let first responders supplies and journalists go further but if you reside past mile marker 74 you are not allowed in. Jose Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com
Residents of the lower keys that voluntarily evacuated due to Hurricane Irma are not being allowed to go past mile marker 74. Authorities let first responders supplies and journalists go further but if you reside past mile marker 74 you are not allowed in. Jose Iglesias jiglesias@elnuevoherald.com

Blocked from home after Irma, Florida Keys residents vow not to evacuate next time

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