A patient at the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills is transported on Tuesday across the street to a hospital. Eleven people from the center died after Hurricane Irma knocked out the facility’s air conditioning.
A patient at the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills is transported on Tuesday across the street to a hospital. Eleven people from the center died after Hurricane Irma knocked out the facility’s air conditioning. Amy Beth Bennett AP
A patient at the Rehabilitation Center at Hollywood Hills is transported on Tuesday across the street to a hospital. Eleven people from the center died after Hurricane Irma knocked out the facility’s air conditioning. Amy Beth Bennett AP

Unofficial death toll from Hurricane Irma now stands at 75 across the state

September 23, 2017 10:01 AM

UPDATED September 23, 2017 05:30 PM

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