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21 Photos From Cuba That Show How Devastating Hurricane Irma Really Is

Residents return home in a town east of Havana.

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Residents return home in a town east of Havana.


Downed wires and telephone poles line the streets
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Downed wires and telephone poles line the streets



A street in is blocked by downed telephone poles and debris.
Alexandre Meneghini / Reuters

A street in is blocked by downed telephone poles and debris.



A wave slams into the Cuban coast.
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A wave slams into the Cuban coast.



Cubans survey a collapsed building in Havana.
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Cubans survey a collapsed building in Havana.



A completely flooded street
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A completely flooded street



A man with a bucket stands in floodwaters.
Alexandre Meneghini / Reuters

A man with a bucket stands in floodwaters.



Waves crash into Havana ahead of the hurricane
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Waves crash into Havana ahead of the hurricane



Flooding in Caibarien, Cuba.
Alexandre Meneghini / Reuters

Flooding in Caibarien, Cuba.



Downed signs, trees, and floodwater
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Downed signs, trees, and floodwater



A palm tree cracks in half amid Irma's ferocious winds.
Alexandre Meneghini / Reuters

A palm tree cracks in half amid Irma's ferocious winds.



A big, fallen tree blocks a road
Desmond Boylan / AP

A big, fallen tree blocks a road



Debris from roofs blown off by the hurricane sits in the street.
Alexandre Meneghini / Reuters

Debris from roofs blown off by the hurricane sits in the street.



A woman and child walk through the storm's winds.
Desmond Boylan / AP

A woman and child walk through the storm's winds.



Havana's Malecon is pummeled by waves.
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Havana's Malecon is pummeled by waves.



A man tries to shield himself from the rain.
Alexandre Meneghini / Reuters

A man tries to shield himself from the rain.



A dog wanders through the debris.
Adalberto Roque / AFP / Getty Images

A dog wanders through the debris.



A severely damaged building
Adalberto Roque / AFP / Getty Images

A severely damaged building



Residents wade ankle deep water in Caibarien, Cuba
Adalberto Roque / AFP / Getty Images

Residents wade ankle deep water in Caibarien, Cuba



A woman clears downed branches following the storm.
Adalberto Roque / AFP / Getty Images

A woman clears downed branches following the storm.



Residents walk their bikes through the debris.
Adalberto Roque / AFP / Getty Images

Residents walk their bikes through the debris.


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Comment by mr1stroke on September 13, 2017 at 1:16am
Jovis Charles there is enough money to help those people get back on their feet if we want to, if you watched the telethon tonight with all the networks so many people donated towards to victims, but here is my thing all those caribbean countries have been proud to be occupied by those super powers its time those super powers step up and fix every thing dont wait on America to do so, otherwise they all need to be independent, next all those people talk how proud they are to be caribbean they have this they have that, now let see how proud and strong is the caribbean community, let see how much they will donate to that crisis
Comment by Jovis Charles on September 12, 2017 at 8:15pm
So sad. I feel for all these Poor people in the Caribbean who lost everything in this hurricane.
Comment by vaughn mitchell on September 10, 2017 at 9:31pm
This just the beginning, alot of ignorant Americans keep laughing at climate change. Mother nature is saying laugh at this.
Comment by mr1stroke on September 10, 2017 at 3:30pm

i wish them well, right now there are black countries being devastated to the ground ill save my tears and the strength to stand up with them

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