Stunning drone footage captures damage and flooding in Naples, Florida, after Hurricane Irma hit the city of 20,000 on Sunday.
The damage is extensive, and more information is being gathered by authorities at this time.
At 11 a.m. local time Monday morning, the National Hurricane Center put out an update stating that the storm is now heading toward Georgia and Alabama with winds at 65 mph. It is now a tropical storm, but flooding is still an issue and concern for many areas, including Jacksonville, Florida, where officials are telling people to remain in place.
The video footage of Naples, Florida, can be viewed below. Meanwhile, more than 6 million people are without power in the aftermath of IRMA.
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UPDATE 11am Tropical Storm IRMA from National Hurricane Center