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A bird sits on a broken dock as a result of Hurricane Irma. Photo by Tim Briggs

We rode out with City Manager Jake Johansson to assess Hurricane Irma's damage in Port Orange

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017 |

A bird sits on a broken dock as a result of Hurricane Irma. Photo by Tim Briggs

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City Manager Jake Johansson examines a refrigerator on the side of the road while assessing the damage from Hurricane Irma. Photo by Tim Briggs

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017 |

City Manager Jake Johansson examines a refrigerator on the side of the road while assessing the damage from Hurricane Irma. Photo by Tim Briggs

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Many boats were flooded as a result of Hurricane Irma. Photo by Tim Briggs

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017 |

Many boats were flooded as a result of Hurricane Irma. Photo by Tim Briggs

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A stray stroller is found in the forest near the Halifax waterfront. Photo by Tim Briggs

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017 |

A stray stroller is found in the forest near the Halifax waterfront. Photo by Tim Briggs

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Several power lines are down as a result of debris from fallen branches. Photo by Tim Briggs

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017 |

Several power lines are down as a result of debris from fallen branches. Photo by Tim Briggs

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A massive 60-year-old oak tree fell in front of the home of Terry Harper, a Port Orange resident of six years.

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017 |

A massive 60-year-old oak tree fell in front of the home of Terry Harper, a Port Orange resident of six years.

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The roots were literally torn from the ground of Terry Harper's front yard from the wind gusts of Hurricane Irma. Photo by Tim Briggs

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017 |

The roots were literally torn from the ground of Terry Harper's front yard from the wind gusts of Hurricane Irma. Photo by Tim Briggs

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Terry Harper looks at his old oak tree, which fell directly onto his yard during Hurricane Irma. Photo by Tim Briggs

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017 |

Terry Harper looks at his old oak tree, which fell directly onto his yard during Hurricane Irma. Photo by Tim Briggs

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A fallen tree breaks through a fence as a result of Hurricane Irma. Photo by Tim Briggs

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017 |

A fallen tree breaks through a fence as a result of Hurricane Irma. Photo by Tim Briggs

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Terry Harper shows the damage from his backyard to City Manager Jake Johansson. Photo by Tim Briggs

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017 |

Terry Harper shows the damage from his backyard to City Manager Jake Johansson. Photo by Tim Briggs

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Terry Harper suffered heavy damage to his home, including a fallen oak tree, flooding and a broken fence. Photo by Tim Briggs

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017 |

Terry Harper suffered heavy damage to his home, including a fallen oak tree, flooding and a broken fence. Photo by Tim Briggs

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A bird is perched on a fallen palm tree after Hurricane Irma. Photo by Tim Briggs

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017 |

A bird is perched on a fallen palm tree after Hurricane Irma. Photo by Tim Briggs

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Hurricane Irma's winds were strong enough to rip stop signs from the ground. Photo by Tim Briggs

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017 |

Hurricane Irma's winds were strong enough to rip stop signs from the ground. Photo by Tim Briggs

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A tree falls onto the ends of the Cambridge Canal in Port Orange. Photo by Tim Briggs

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017 |

A tree falls onto the ends of the Cambridge Canal in Port Orange. Photo by Tim Briggs

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A fence is broken at a local Port Orange farm. Photo by Tim Briggs

Tuesday, Sep. 12, 2017 |

A fence is broken at a local Port Orange farm. Photo by Tim Briggs

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