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    Law enforcement worked in the darkness left behind by Hurricane Irma to clear roads and keep residents safe.

Law enforcement worked in the darkness left behind by Hurricane Irma to clear roads and keep residents safe. Jessica De Leon Bradenton Herald
Law enforcement worked in the darkness left behind by Hurricane Irma to clear roads and keep residents safe. Jessica De Leon Bradenton Herald

Hurricane Irma: Cops work in the dark aftermath to protect residents, property

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