Florida's poor still struggling three months after Hurricane Irma

When Hurricane Irma slammed into the US state of Florida in September, the damage was extensive. Since then, much of the state has recovered - but in one, small farming community, the daily struggle continues.

    When Hurricane Irma slammed into the US state of Florida in September, the damage was extensive.

    Since then, much of the state has recovered - but in one, small, farming community, the daily struggle continues.

    The city of Immokalee is almost entirely made up of migrant workers, many of whom lost their homes and jobs when the storm hit.

    Al Jazeera's Andy Gallacher reports from Immokalee, Florida.


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