miami - Approximately 100,000 inhabitants of Miami and the surrounding area have been instructed to leave in view of the arrival of Hurricane Irma. Governor Rick Scott of Florida traveled on Wednesday through the southern Florida coastline to warn of the devastation that could make Irma.
Among the people who temporarily leave their homes are residents of mobile homes and people living in low-lying areas like Key Biscayne and Miami Beach.
Irma has demanded four lives in the Caribbean. The hurricane is expected to reach Florida on Saturday or Sunday.