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Hurricane Irma was downgraded to a tropical storm by the time it hit Florida Sunday, but that didn’t stop it from creating hazards and dangers for many major cities. Irma still had winds near hurricane force; flooding set a record in one city, and the storm continues to push inland Monday.
16 years later, 9/11 victims’ relatives continue to reverence the deaths of nearly 3,000 people during the terrorist attack of 2001. President Donald Trump also observed a moment of silence with the first lady at the White House.
Reporters on the storm front put their lives at risk to get gripping coverage of Hurricane Irma. Journalists are the shock troops allowing the nation to experience the storm from the comfort of their living rooms.
Storm chaser battles Hurricane Irma’s powerful winds
Storm chaser Simon Brewer faces the strong winds of Hurricane Irma, trying to collect data on the storm.