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Keys residents trickle back to warning of new crisis

20 September 2017

The map below, provided by the regulator, shows the distribution of insurance claims from hurricane Irma.

Keys officials are setting up almost two dozen checkpoints in the hardest hit areas staffed by law-enforcement to make sure only authorized residents and relief workers get through.

Relief may be days away.

Hurricane Irma uncovered a piece of history from the bottom of Florida's Indian River when a dugout canoe was brought to the surface.

The school thought it would need to push the commencement ceremony back to possibly January because of the impact of Hurricane Irma on its academic calendar and questions as to whether the on-campus Alico Arena could host such an event.

The small insurers in Florida do not have their own adjusters and instead, depend on independent adjusters to handle insurance claims.

Hundreds of thousands of Floridians are still without power more than a week after Hurricane Irma slammed into the state.

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She also added that the rehab facility is located across the street from a hospital, which did not lose power during the storm.

As Hurricane Irma continued to grow - and her track continued to shift - during her march north toward the Florida peninsula, many were left at a loss as to where to seek shelter from the powerful storm.

Seventy miles south, where Irma made landfall in the Lower Keys as a Category 4 storm, things were much worse, as attested to by the horrific images that have since made their way onto TV screens everywhere.

"You want to come back to power", he said.

The federal program paid out $623 million in claims from Hurricane Matthew past year in Florida and other states, with individual claims averaging $38,305, according to the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Further South, Key West's iconic Southermost Point buoy remains, though it looks like part of it was sandblasted by the hurricane.

In many South Florida counties, school has not been in session since September 6.

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Coxe is also using Facebook to help business owners get back on their feet.

Statewide, the total agricultural cost of the storm will be in the billions, informal estimates suggest, the Florida Farm Bureau Federation said Thursday.

Schenone said the governor's executive action aims to prevent similar deaths from occurring in the future.

Absent is Monroe, where recovery efforts continue with ongoing door-to-door checks in the Keys.

"Unfathomable." "Inexcusable." Those were the words used respectively by Florida Gov. Rick Scott, R, and Sen.

While that may have taxed local options for residents, Stoughton suggested a bit of planning can go a long way in helping people avoid the travel ordeal that many experienced.

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Keys residents trickle back to warning of new crisis