Hurricane Irma hopscotched up Florida’s west coast Sunday, making two landfalls and driving a wall of water and winds that submerged Miami and had the Tampa Bay area readying for a deluge of a sort unseen in decades. Irma’s path -- which had already flattened communities in the Caribbean since making landfall days earlier as a Category 5 -- forced the largest evacuation in Miami-Dade County history and sent millions of Floridians fleeing the state’s first major hurricane since Wilma in 2005. To see more photos, click here.
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