In the Florida Keys, Homes Are Decimated Homes, But Spirits Are Intact

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Treading carefully across a wobbly bed of debris, Florida Key residents who escaped Hurricane Irma’s 209-kilometer winds endured a rather quiet homecoming — breezeless, cloudless, but thick with anxiety. At one point, a coconut fell from a distance, its hollow thud capturing the emptiness of the devastated surroundings and resonating the emptiness of the hurricane’s survivors.…

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