HURRICANE IRMA: From the City of Marathon - A close up of a tree - Hurricane Irma

HURRICANE IRMA: From the City of Marathon

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As of 11 a.m., Hurricane Irma is located about 225 miles east of Antigua. It has maximum sustained winds of 180 mph, and is moving west at...
Monroe County closes KW airport, animal shelters; LKMC closes too - A sign on the side of the road - Key West International Airport

Monroe County closes KW airport, animal shelters; LKMC closes too

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According to Monroe County:   The Key West International Airport will close Wednesday night after the last flight due to TSA’s security checkpoint ceasing the screening of airline...
No hurricane shelters will open in Florida Keys - A close up of a sign - Traffic sign

No hurricane shelters will open in Florida Keys

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The City of Marathon and Monroe County have declared a state of local emergency The City of Marathon has activated its Emergency Operations Center at City Hall. Monroe...
HURRICANE IRMA: From the City of Marathon - A drawing of a face - Key West

Hurricane Irma projected to make landfall in Middle and Upper Keys

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LEAVE NOW HURRICANE IRMA’S FORECASTED TO MAKE LANDFALL IN THE MIDDLE AND UPPER KEYS, LIFE THEATENING STORM SURGE AND WIND IS FORECASTED  As of 5 a.m., Hurricane Irma is 55...
HURRICANE IRMA: From the City of Marathon - A drawing of a face - Key West

EMERGENCY RESPONDERS MOVING TO A SAFER LOCATION

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County Emergency Management has directed all emergency service personnel and employees to evacuate together to return as quickly as possible to render aid and restore essential services. “We have...
HURRICANE IRMA: From the City of Marathon - A drawing of a face - Key West

11 a.m. update from City of Marathon

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OFFICIAL STATEMENT FROM THE CITY OF MARATHON: STAY IN PLACE, STAY SAFE The City of Marathon’s main objective is to return first responders to Marathon by air or land,...
From us at The Weekly… - A close up of a metal fence - Mode of transport

From us at The Weekly…

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Monroe County Firefighters and Sheriff Deputies to enter Keys around noon As Hurricane Irma churns past the lower Florida Keys, Monroe County emergency management is being “thoughtful and...
A close up of a tree - Islamorada

UPDATE: Snake Creek Bridge is OK according to Islamorada Fire Chief Terry Abel

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UPDATE: Snake Creek Bridge is OK according to Islamorada Fire Chief Terry Abel. Snake Creek Bridge is okay Monroe County officials were receiving eye witness reports that the...
Water receding soon, nearshore waters are unsafe - A close up of a map - Hurricane Irma

Water receding soon, nearshore waters are unsafe

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According to the National Weather Service in Key West winds are still gusting 50 to 70 mph across the Keys. There is no official confirmation that the...
DECLARATION OF DISASTER – SUNSET OF DAY ZERO in the FLORIDA KEYS - A close up of a logo - Emergency management

DECLARATION OF DISASTER – SUNSET OF DAY ZERO in the FLORIDA KEYS

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About 12 hours after Hurricane Irma’s eye passed over Cudjoe Key, emergency personnel and supplies are already en route to the Florida Keys. News organizations have reported that...
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