Concern In The Florida Keys, Search For Survivors Continues

Hurricane Irma hit the Florida Keys, Sunday morning with winds of 130 miles per hour, has been the most powerful in the Atlantic on record.

Monroe County Administrator Roman Gastesi announced that authorities will begin to search house to house for potential survivors or those affected by the cyclone who are seeking help.

At the moment it is uncertain how the cays are one of the most visited tourist destination in the United States.

The population was ordered leave under a mandatory evacuation, but some preferred to stay.

The official said a cargo with emergency aid will arrive early Monday at Key West Airport on a military aircraft to undertake rescue and relief operations.

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