Hurricane Irma hits normal life in Florida

10 Sep 2017


Florida, Sept 10: Hurricane Irma hit Florida on Sunday, disrupting normal life in the American state, media reports said.

The storm snapped trees in the area even hit badly lives of 1 million people.


Hurling 130 mph winds, the Category 4 storm made landfall on Cudjoe Key, the National Hurricane Center was quoted as saying in CNN report.


  According to reports, more than 1 million homes are currently without fire.


NWS Key West tweeted: "11:45a - While the Eye is north of the Keys, Wind (50-60mph sustained, gusts 70-90+) and Surge (5-10ft) threat continues through afternoon."


Florida Governor Rick Scott said every Floridian and visitor should stay safe and prepare for the storm.


He had earlier tweeted: "Life threatening storm surge is occurring now in the Keys and is expected to begin this morning in Southwest Florida."

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