The path of Hurricane Irma

The path of Hurricane Irma

The path of Hurricane Irma

"I just don't know".

Officials in Florida have ordered a total of 6.3 million people, or about a third of the state's population, to evacuate, creating massive traffic jams on highways and overcrowding shelters. According to city officials, it would have taken about two weeks to move the cranes and there wasn't enough time.

A truck rolls through a flooded street on the waterfront of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., as Hurricane Irma passes through on Sunday, September 10, 2017.

Irma, which killed at least 22 people in the Caribbean, was likely to cause billions of dollars in damage to the third-most-populous US state.

Irma made landfall in the Florida Keys on Sunday morning as a Category 4 hurricane with 225km/h winds, the strongest tropical storm to hit Florida since 2004.

Irma's wrath in the Sunshine State extended some 400 miles.

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Emergency managers there declared "the Keys are not open for business" and warned that there was no fuel, electricity, running water or cell service and that supplies were low and anxiety high.

Crawford says Georgia Power expects a widespread of damage caused by high winds and fallen trees. "We had very little storm surge".

They warned residents not to venture outside.

"If you need to get out, put a white flag in front of your house. A t-shirt, anything white", the office said on its Facebook page. "Search and rescue teams are ready to deploy". The full breadth of the damage remains unclear, particularly in the hard-hit Keys, where communications and travel were still hard.

Search crews planned to go door-to-door in the hard-hit Keys to check on residents. The storm could also produce isolated tornadoes in the Carolinas early next week.

After hearing about Atlanta's tropical storm warning Sunday, Ramirez rushed to grocery stores only to find that three locations didn't have any water. Flood and tornado warnings have been issued for parts of coastal Georgia and SC.

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People in the heavily populated Tampa-St. At least 27 people died from Irma in the Caribbean, reports said.

The governor also warned of risky storm surge of between 6 feet (2 meters) and 12 feet (4 meters) across parts of Florida.

In Redington Shores west of Tampa, attorney Carl Roberts spent a sleepless night riding out Irma in his 17th floor beachfront condo.

The far-flung island lost power and phone connections, but some news began to emerge from Key West late Sunday night.

A wobble earlier in the day sent bands of stronger winds, with gusts reaching 100 miles per hour, into Miami-Dade County.

Terry Boykin said most of her neighbors on Whitemarsh Island, just east of Savannah, had fled early. Firefighters and National Guardsmen went door-to-door and used boats to ferry families to safety.

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