Miami Lakes, Florida - September 18, 2017- Roberto Aguirre and his dog Hanna walk along Lake Saran street in Miami Lakes surrounded by dead branches courtesy of Hurricane Irma.
Miami Lakes, Florida - September 18, 2017- Roberto Aguirre and his dog Hanna walk along Lake Saran street in Miami Lakes surrounded by dead branches courtesy of Hurricane Irma. Jose A. Iglesias
Miami Lakes, Florida - September 18, 2017- Roberto Aguirre and his dog Hanna walk along Lake Saran street in Miami Lakes surrounded by dead branches courtesy of Hurricane Irma. Jose A. Iglesias

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