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Irma leaves at least 6 dead in Florida, 37 dead in Caribbean, millions without power: Tallahassee, Florida, appears to have been spared from injuries or major damage after Hurricane Irma tore through, while in the Florida Keys, which remain cut off from the mainland, there’s high anxiety and little fuel, electricity or running water, officials said.

Irma, which was this morning downgraded to a tropical storm, is continuing to batter the South with winds, torrential rain and dangerous storm surges. The storm has killed 37 people in the Caribbean and at least six people in Florida, and it’s left nearly 6 million Florida customers without power.

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Irma leaves at least 6 dead in Florida, 37 dead in Caribbean, millions without power: Tallahassee, Florida, appears to have been spared from injuries or major damage after Hurricane Irma tore through, while in the Florida Keys, which remain cut off from the mainland, there’s high anxiety and little fuel, electricity or running water, officials said.Irma, which was this morning downgraded to a tropical storm, is continuing to batter the South with winds, torrential rain and dangerous storm surges. The storm has killed 37 people in the Caribbean and at least six people in Florida, and it’s left nearly 6 million Florida customers without power.Irma leaves at least 6 dead in Florida, 37 dead in Caribbean, millions without power: Tallahassee, Florida, appears to have been spared from injuries or major damage after Hurricane Irma tore through, while in the Florida Keys, which remain cut off from the mainland, there’s high anxiety and little fuel, electricity or running water, officials said.Irma, which was this morning downgraded to a tropical storm, is continuing to batter the South with winds, torrential rain and dangerous storm surges. The storm has killed 37 people in the Caribbean and at least six people in Florida, and it’s left nearly 6 million Florida customers without power.