Oakley and Casey Jones, tourists from Idaho Falls, navigate the flooded streets of Miami Beach last September.
Oakley and Casey Jones, tourists from Idaho Falls, navigate the flooded streets of Miami Beach last September. Emily Michot Miami Herald Staff
Oakley and Casey Jones, tourists from Idaho Falls, navigate the flooded streets of Miami Beach last September. Emily Michot Miami Herald Staff

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