As Hurricane Irma made a landfall in Florida and long its entire coast, people began realizing the damage done in just a day.
With many people evacuated, and others still located on site, the hurricane certainly raised an alarm in America and dragged along a mass wave of floods, winds and devastation.
Hurricane Irma already made an impact in Antigua, Barbuda, Anguilla, St. Marten, The U.S. Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Turks and Caicos, the Bahamas and Cuba.
The saddest thing is, though, the hurricane is not over yet.
Hurricane Irma was calculated a Category 5 hurricane once it began its destructive excursion in Cuba, which means it is far devastating than Hurricane Harvey.
Florida was alerted to take precautionary measures in time, but certain damage was inevitable. What was once a place for relaxation and enjoyment is now a sad territory struck by a terrifying storm.
The National Hurricane Center has stated the hurricane is “extremely dangerous,” with winds of up to 155 mph. So far, 1.2 million residents of Florida have been advised to evacuate.
Hurricane Irma is not a thing to be taken for granted. Media have warned of its devastating consequences times and times again, and the gallery below showcases the horrible and realistic aftereffect.
Take a look at the before and after photos of the Floridian coast:
Ivan’s Stress Free Bar On Jost Van Dyke In The British Virgin Islands
Beach Plaza Hotel In St. Martin
Honky Tonk Bar In Philipsburg St. Marin
Dolphin Discovery Attraction On Tortola In The Virgin Islands
The Luxury Eden Rock Hotel On St. Barts
Princess Juliana Airport, Saint Martin
Paraquita Bay, British Virgin Islands