George Thoman (left) looks at the third story of a storage building on his Big Pine Key property Wednesday that toppled over onto the first story after the middle blew out during Hurricane Irma as his wife Joan (right) looks through debris.
George Thoman (left) looks at the third story of a storage building on his Big Pine Key property Wednesday that toppled over onto the first story after the middle blew out during Hurricane Irma as his wife Joan (right) looks through debris. Katie Atkins Keynoter
George Thoman (left) looks at the third story of a storage building on his Big Pine Key property Wednesday that toppled over onto the first story after the middle blew out during Hurricane Irma as his wife Joan (right) looks through debris. Katie Atkins Keynoter

In the Avenues, just complete loss

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