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  • Irma leaves Savannah and Tybee Island with flooded streets and uprooted trees

    Hurricane Irma brought tropical storm conditions to Savannah on Monday. Wind gusts reached 60 mph. and the storm dumped around 7 inches of rain on the city. City officials and law enforcement captured the damage in both downtown Savannah and Tybee Island. Cleanup efforts were well underway by Tuesday, and the evacuation order had been lifted.

Hurricane Irma brought tropical storm conditions to Savannah on Monday. Wind gusts reached 60 mph. and the storm dumped around 7 inches of rain on the city. City officials and law enforcement captured the damage in both downtown Savannah and Tybee Island. Cleanup efforts were well underway by Tuesday, and the evacuation order had been lifted. Edited by Ashley Jean Reese areese@islandpacket.com
Hurricane Irma brought tropical storm conditions to Savannah on Monday. Wind gusts reached 60 mph. and the storm dumped around 7 inches of rain on the city. City officials and law enforcement captured the damage in both downtown Savannah and Tybee Island. Cleanup efforts were well underway by Tuesday, and the evacuation order had been lifted. Edited by Ashley Jean Reese areese@islandpacket.com

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