Andres Lopez barely survived Hurricane Irma. He lives aboard his fishing boat in Coconut Grove and tried to ride out the storm. When the boat began to sink, he swam ashore.
Andres Lopez barely survived Hurricane Irma. He lives aboard his fishing boat in Coconut Grove and tried to ride out the storm. When the boat began to sink, he swam ashore. Sofia Viglucci
Andres Lopez barely survived Hurricane Irma. He lives aboard his fishing boat in Coconut Grove and tried to ride out the storm. When the boat began to sink, he swam ashore. Sofia Viglucci

Fisherman tried to ride out Irma on his boat. Then it started flipping over.

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