Police are retaining a tight grip on the lower Keys as search and rescue teams scour the area and evacuees begin to return, amid an uncertain future

It’s not hard to grasp that Cudjoe Key, a small community of about 1,700 people among the islands of the Florida Keys, was the ground zero of Hurricane Irma.

Speedboats have been lifted like feathers from the sea and deposited on the roadside, camper vans overturned, gas stations flattened.

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