Traffic is seen heading north along the Florida Turnpike near Homestead, Fla., as tourists in the Florida Keys leave town on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017. Traffic during the evacuation of the Keys was heavy but less gridlocked than in areas farther to the north, where more people live.
Traffic is seen heading north along the Florida Turnpike near Homestead, Fla., as tourists in the Florida Keys leave town on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017. Traffic during the evacuation of the Keys was heavy but less gridlocked than in areas farther to the north, where more people live. AL DIAZ AP
Traffic is seen heading north along the Florida Turnpike near Homestead, Fla., as tourists in the Florida Keys leave town on Wednesday, Sept. 6, 2017. Traffic during the evacuation of the Keys was heavy but less gridlocked than in areas farther to the north, where more people live. AL DIAZ AP

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