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A Marlins fan supports the team during the first inning of the Miami Marlins vs New York Mets game at Marlins Park in Miami on Wednesday, Sept. 20, 2017. Photo by Pedro Portal / Miami Herald staff

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That mountain of dead trees outside your door may be there for a really, really long time. Many cities say it will take weeks to clean up all the damage; the city of Miami says it will take four to six months to clean up the mess. Pictured: Alexandra Sarno walks her dogs along Southwest 13th Avenue in Fort Lauderdale on Monday. Photo by @ctjherald #hurricaneirma #hurricane #irma #fortlauderdale

The wait continues. Miami Shores residents Erin McNaughton and Harald Oechsner, without power since Sunday Sept. 10, 2017 feel forgotten by @insidefpl but are still trying to keep their humor. The couple put a skeleton in a lawn chair and placed it on their lawn along NE 12th Ave and NE 97th St, with a sign next to it saying, "waiting for power." As of Monday afternoon, Sept. 18, 2017, the wait was still on. Photo by @emilymichot. #miami #hurricaneirma #irma #power #electricity #weather

Authorities began readmitting residents to the central portion of the Florida Keys island chain Saturday morning for the first time since Hurricane Irma. But Monroe County Mayor George Nugent warned: “The Keys are not what you left several days ago when you evacuated.” Photos by Pedro Portal / el Nuevo Herald. #hurricaneirma #floridakeys #bigpinekey #marathon #keys

The @miamiheat teamed up with the @warriors and @fedex to airlift over 100 pre-Hurricane Irma pets from local Miami animal shelters to no-kill animal shelters in Oakland, California. Due to the severe impact to the South Florida area during Hurricane Irma, many animals were displaced from their owners or abandoned. Photos by @emilymichot. #miami #hurricaneirma #irma #warriors #heat #goldenstate #animals #shelterdog #cats

Hundreds of people showed up to receive food and water from Farm Share and @miamischools at the Homestead Housing Authority on Fri., Sept. 15, 2017. Photos by @matiasocner. #hurricaneirma
#hurricane #irma #food #water #miami #homestead

The E. Darwin Fuchs Pavilion at the Miami-Dade County Fairgrounds is the only shelter remaining in Miami-Dade County. It's the shelter of last resort. It's housing about 200 people, including those who can't get back to their homes in the Keys. Photos by @emilymichot
#HurricaneIrma #hurricane #hurricaneshelter #miami

Scenes from around Miami and the Florida Keys as people see the damage from Hurricane Irma on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2017. Photos by David Santiago, @aldiazphoto and Pedro Portal
#HurricaneIrma #Hurricane #FloridaKeys #Miami #MiamiBeach

Hurricane Irma smashed into the Florida Keys, leaving extensive damage in the Upper and Middle Keys, but largely sparing Key West. The death toll is unknown but roads were blocked and houses destroyed. Photos by Charles Trainor, Jr. #hurricaneirma #hurricane #keywest #floridakeys

Some ducks approach a flooded car in Edgewater Sunday evening as #HurricaneIrma's bands begin to ease. Photo by @emilymichot #hurricane #irma #miami #edgewater

The Blinckman family (first photo) sits in a stairwell utility closet on Eaton Street as Hurricane Irma's eyewall nears Key West while Angy Megow sits in a stairwell with her baby Ezera on Sept. 10, 2017. Photos by Charles Trainor Jr. #hurricaneirma #irma #hurricane #keywest #weather

Here's the Southernmost Point in Key West ahead of Hurricane Irma's arrival Saturday. Video by @ctjherald #hurricaneirma #irma #hurricane #keywest #southernmostpoint

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