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Hurriciane Irma turns Miami roads into rivers (Videos)

Miami is now flooded after being hit with Hurricane Irma on Sunday. The hurricane has already claimed 4 lives, as  photos and videos show streets with high rise buildings turned into rivers as the city braces for impact.
Hurricane Irma spilled storm waters
into some of South Florida’s most valuable coastal real estate Sunday, flooding portions of Old Town in Key West, Miami’s financial district in Brickell, Miami Beach and Fort Lauderdale’s Las Olas Boulevard.
Brickell Avenue, the main drag through downtown Miami’s most populous neighborhood, became a three-foot high river choked with debris and fallen branches.
The damage across the region will take several days to assess, as flooded roads drain and downed trees and power lines are cleared. But the sight of storm surge cascading through low-lying streets and into buildings suggested a heavy price may be paid, especially in the city of Miami’s prosperous urban core.
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