Marco Island cleans up after Hurricane Irma's damage

Despite their familiarity with hurricanes, residents say it is the strongest storm they have experienced.

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    At least seven people had to be rescued from rising floodwaters on Florida's Marco Island.

    Hurricane Irma made its second landfall in the United States on Marco Island after sweeping through the Florida Keys. Despite their familiarity with hurricanes, residents say it is the strongest storm they have experienced.


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