Journalists on three continents, using words, pictures and video, worked round the clock to capture the hurricane’s power, writes the deputy editor of Guardian US

Sometimes major global events happen suddenly and without warning, testing the agility, authority and accuracy of a news operation. Other times, we can watch them building from a distance until they fill our entire field of vision, hoping that the plans we put in place actually come together in the moment.

Hurricane Irma, barrelling through the Caribbean at upwards of 185mph arrived with plenty of warning, but still, no less unpredictability.

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