Irma came and moved on, good riddance. Here is how the Florida newspapers in those cities hardest hit reacted the morning after.
I like a lot of these headlines. In every case, the print edition of each of these newspapers knew that not only had readers heard about Irma, the most ferocious Atlantic hurricane in recorded history, but also had prepared for it and lived thorough it.
El Nuevo Herald, the Spanish edition of The Miami Herald carried a headline that reads: A deep sigh
Irma: the bad girl on every front page
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