Irma crashes into Georgia, leaving widespread trail of destruction

Follow the track of destruction as the tropical storm rolled through metro Atlanta.   

As the Caribbean recovers from the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, Floridians are preparing for the deadly Category 4 storm expected to hit this weekend. Susana Victoria Perez (@susana_vp) has more.

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ATLANTA – Hurricane Irma blew through Georgia with heavy winds and rain in the form of a tropical storm. But the devastation had already ripped through Cuba, Florida and the southern tip of the U.S.

Follow the track of destruction as the storm rolled through metro Atlanta Monday, Sept. 11.

After the storm clears: Damage is done, cleanup begins

MORE | Damage is done, cleanup begins 

 

 

Tybee Island begins to flood

MORE | Tybee Island begins to flood

 

 

Irma damage spans metro Atlanta

MORE | Hurricane Irma damage in the metro Atlanta

 

 

Mother, child narrowly escape disaster

Lawrenceville mom, dog, son escape what could have been a fatal incident

 

 

Parts of Florida left in ruins in the wake of Irma 

MORE | Hurricane Irma damage and destruction

 

 

Tropical storm churns through the Peach State with heavy winds, rain

MORE | Irma enters Georgia

 

 

The calm before the storm in Georgia

MORE | Calm before the storm in Georgia

 

 

Hurricane Irma makes landfall in Florida

MORE | Hurricane Irma makes landfall in Florida

 

 

Tybee Island residents evacuate ahead of Hurricane Irma

MORE | Tybee Island evacuates ahead of Hurricane Irma

 

 

Irma smashes Cuba coastline 

MORE | Cuba smashed by Hurricane Irma

 

 

Community clears grocery shelves throughout Atlanta as Irma approaches

MORE | Empty store shelves throughout Atlanta as Irma approaches

 

 

Hurricane devastates the Caribbean islands

MORE | Hurricane Irma devastates the Caribbean islands

 

 

Irma crushes St. John Island in U.S. Virgin Islands

MORE | Damage from Irma on St. John Island in U.S. Virgin Islands

 

 

Hurricane Irma damage stretches across multiple countries 

MORE | Hurricane Irma damage

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