WATCH: Baby Saved From Irma Flooding
As more and more people return to parts of the Florida Keys, we are getting more of a sense of the devastation caused by Hurricane Irma.
Officials say 90 percent of the homes in the Keys are either destroyed or heavily damaged.
Boats and trailer homes are scattered like kids’ toys, and at least one popular restaurant seems to be pretty much missing.
But the worst hit areas of the south Keys are still cut off from inspection.
Power remains out to 40 per cent of the state, and crews from across North America are arriving daily to help get the lights back on.
Watch, as Jacksonville a Fire Fighter rescues a baby from a flooded home, after Hurricane Irma:
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