Scott Tours Impacts of Hurricane Irma

September 12, 2017

Gov. Rick Scott got an aerial view Monday morning of damage to Florida from Hurricane Irma.

The governor left Pensacola and flew from Mobile  to the Keys. Scott joined Vice Admiral Karl Schultz and members of the U.S. Coast Guard for aerial tour from a C-130. The governor flew along Florida’s West Coast and over the Florida Keys to assess damage from Hurricane Irma

Irma made its initial Florida landfall about 9 a.m. Sunday at Cudjoe Key — less than 30 miles northeast of Key West — with maximum sustained winds of 130 mph.

Pictured top: Gov. Rick Scott surveys Hurricane Irma damage from a Coast Guard C-130. Pictured below: Scott at the Coast Guard base in Mobile. Photos for, click to enlarge.


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