Miami Quickly Becoming Atlantis
… Streets Flow Like Rivers
9/10/2017 3:03 PM PDT
Miami is starting to look like a city that’s underwater due to massive flooding from Hurricane Irma … and some of the footage of the city is insane.
— Josh Benson (@WFLAJosh) September 10, 2017
Streets in downtown Miami are literally becoming rivers, and even shops and storefronts are getting buried in water. This video shows store owners looking at rising currents right outside their own window.
Sources at the National Weather Service tell us the surge of water in Miami has gotten as high as 6 feet.
— Brian L Kahn (@blkahn) September 10, 2017
The city is flooded beyond recognition, and is even starting to cause damage to some structures. A piece of American Airlines Arena has been torn down from the high velocity winds. Two cranes at the top of a high-rise in DT have snapped off as well … but luckily didn’t plunge down below.
— Grant Stern (@grantstern) September 10, 2017
And as you might imagine, trees are falling over left and right in Miami and surrounding areas.
— ABC News (@ABC) September 10, 2017
Irma is expected to rip into the rest of Florida through Sunday.