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Footage of the biggest Hurricane to hit Florida. The largest storm in history of the Atlantic. Terrifying Hurricane Irma smashes into Florida devastating everything in its path.

Hurricane Irma made landfall with powerful winds and rain pummeled the state, leaving at least three people dead and over 1 million households and businesses without power.

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  1. I can see governments banning anything being built below 10 feet / 3 meters above sea level.
    In areas prone to flooding.
    That's a lot of real estate.

  2. I was in south Florida where it hit directly at a category 4. My ass was outside showering when it hit because we lost water and power before it even came. There was sheds flyin by me and shit lmao

  3. I've never experienced a hurricane, but I have experienced a tropical storm back in the mid 90's when Hurricane Opal came to town. She was moving so fast that her strength fell only to a tropical storm while moving over land. I live 300 miles from the Panhandle, but she was a tropical storm when she came over my house. We had winds of 80mph and I'd never been through anything like it. I was a single mom at the time and had my 3 young children with me and we were so scared. We didn't sleep any that night because the storm lasted all night. It didn't calm down until 9:30am the next morning. My neighborhood looked like a bomb went off. Trees were down and on people's houses, including mine. An old oak tree fell onto my house at 5:30am that morning and it hit so hard that it shifted the roof on my house. My entire house shook when that tree fell on it. The thing about these types of storms is that people that are on the northeast side of the storm gets the bad stuff while everybody else gets rain. I had to call out of work and they didn't believe me until they saw the news that evening. It was a crazy night!

  4. I hate hurricanes so much!! I remember when this happened it was so scary I can’t stop having nightmares about hurricanes and storms hitting Florida :((

  5. There's like literally every city in south/ southwest florida in the description lol I'm guessing that means that all the footage is from all the cities listed? Impressive if so…my city is listed and for even being on the Southeast coast of Florida we felt a lot from the storm an hour north of Miami so I can imagine what it felt like for that southwestern part…yikes

  6. K imagine the sirens going off all night it’s kinda really stupid wouldn’t the whole state already know a major hurricane would be hitting the state smh

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