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Updated: 09/13/2017 09:18:02AM

Residents recovering from storm

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Special needs patients wait out Hurricane Irma at Lamarque Elementary School in North Port.

SUN PHOTO BY MARIA SACALI

Special needs patients wait out Hurricane Irma at Lamarque Elementary School in North Port. A volunteer visits a patient during the storms.

SUN PHOTO BY MANNY ALEXANDER

A home along Cranberry Boulevard had a message for Hurricane Irma during the weekend.

SUN PHOTO BY MANNY ALEXANDER

A dog spends some in a safe shelter during Hurricane Irma at its owner's home in North Port.

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One of many trees that came down during Hurricane Irma over the weekend.

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A National Guardsman visits with an evacuee at North Port High School over the weekend.

PHOTO PROVIDED BY PATRICIA PETERSMARK

A National Guardsman visits with an evacuee at North Port High School over the weekend.

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NORTH PORT — Everyone has a story after living through one of the largest storms to ever tear through the Atlantic Ocean and hitting Southwest Florida.

Throughout the region, residents reacted in the moments, and days, after Hurricane Irma. At one point, it was a Category 5 storm as it steamed through the Atlantic, weakening slightly before colliding with the Florida Keys, Marco Island and Naples as it came into Florida as a Category 3.

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