Hurricane Irma Orlando Photos: Aftermath Videos & Pictures


Hurricane Irma hit hard in Orlando, Florida. The storm left behind a path of destruction and at least two deaths. Irma knocked out power for nearly a million homes and businesses in Central Florida. The hurricane has downgraded to a tropical depression and has moved out of Florida, leaving a trail of carnage in its wake.

“At least two people were killed during the storm in Orange County,” the Orlando Sentinel newspaper reported. “About 900,000 homes and businesses were still without power Monday night in five Central Florida counties, and residents came outside after hours indoors to find downed trees blocking streets and damaging homes and cars.”

The Orla Vista neighborhood flooded, causing more than 200 people to evacuate, according to Orlando Sentinel.


Hurricane Irma Orlando Photos: Aftermath Videos & Pictures

Reading to see the destruction? Look below and observe must-see photos and videos of the chaos Hurricane Irma left behind in Orlando…

Irma's aftermath, Orlando Florida. We are all ok, lucky nobody on our residence got hurt. #hurricaneirma2017 #hurricane #AfterIRMA pic.twitter.com/mtpmGvOipS

— Deborah Vargas (@debbs1993) September 12, 2017

In the video below, you’ll receive a better look into Irma’s destruction. “Anything that’s not latched down will be a projectile,” says a voice in the video. As you can see (when you click on the video) that abandoned boats are sitting in the middle of the street, trees are up-rooted and ripped apart, and many roads are flooded.

Hurricane Irma Aftermath (ORLANDO/KISSIMMEE , FLORIDA) @bri_chief https://t.co/ZMizoNQLaO

— Hopeless Romantic (@ShaneeLove_) September 12, 2017

Orlando police and firefighters worked hard to clean up the community after the hurricane hit…

Appreciate @OrlandoFireDept and @OrlandoPolice for their efforts to not only keep our community safe, but also help us recover after #Irma. pic.twitter.com/xwzZf2OF8L

— Mayor Buddy Dyer (@orlandomayor) September 12, 2017

Winter Garden lost a historic water tower as a result of Irma.

Winter Garden lost an iconic symbol of its citrus past when #Irma’s winds took down a historic water tower Monday https://t.co/6jVj0WkVEB pic.twitter.com/ycqMONEASh

— Orlando Sentinel (@orlandosentinel) September 12, 2017

The next Twitter photos show extensive damage as a result of the storm. The status is written in German by Twitter user Torsten Teichmann. His message translates to, “Clean up after Hurricane # Irma. Fire brigade saws fallen trees. Alex says great luck that Baum slipped out just next door #Orlando”.

Aufräumen nach Hurrikan #Irma. Feuerwehr zersägt umgestürzte Bäume. Alex sagt, großes Glück, dass Baum knapp neben Haus aufgeschlug #Orlando pic.twitter.com/aMjcX2gTMK

— Torsten Teichmann (@TeichmannARD) September 12, 2017

Here’s late-night, down-town Orlando after Irma…

Taking late night downtown Orlando strolls! #SES337 Assessing the damage from Irma pic.twitter.com/dlL68q0y0r

— Samantha Day (@Sam_Day7) September 12, 2017

This airplane arrived back in Orlando Monday night. Florida Senator Bill Nelson was on the plane, surveying the damage left by Irma through a window.

.@SenBillNelson arrives back in #Orlando after touring damage left from #Irma. What he saw – @news6wkmg at 11p https://t.co/ZbpbUHRLoq pic.twitter.com/EuvV77Kvif

— Matt Petrillo (@MattPetrillo) September 12, 2017

This tree was completely up-rooted…

#Irma #HurricaneIrma #Florida#IrmaHurricane #Irma2017
Thornton Park area of #Orlando
Tree on a house pic.twitter.com/V3vVrZyPwT

— CrazyCatLadyFL🖖😺❄️☮️ (@CrazyCatLadyFL) September 12, 2017

Irma at night…

#Irma in orlando pic.twitter.com/bMcPjIaYsX

— Max' (@musicodeaca) September 12, 2017

One guy in Orlando couldn’t leave because of the storm, so he sent his sister to Colorado with tickets to see Monday’s game between the Denver Broncos and the Los Angeles Chargers. His sister held up a sign, reading “Best Brother Ever! He Stayed in FL to Protect his house. Get Me his tickets to protect our house. Go Broncos”.

@Broncos I couldn't leave Orlando due to Irma. So sent my sister instead #BeatTheChargers pic.twitter.com/7srJ4fALgN

— Darin Juhnke (@jhawkdarin) September 12, 2017

Here’s an Orlando firefighter looking up at the damage left behind by Hurricane Irma…

A night and a day in the life of Orlando firefighters as Hurricane Irma relief efforts get underway https://t.co/UEl4GyfNiF pic.twitter.com/1TI7jQjwwd

— Orlando Sentinel (@orlandosentinel) September 12, 2017

This alligator is unfazed by Irma…

Alligators and HurricaneIrma Irma Orlando 2017: https://t.co/KpgQ5Hs5qa via @YouTube

— Lemar لمر (@LemarnewsAf) September 12, 2017

No, wait. Is that a crocodile? I don’t think so… Hmmm, maybe…

Crocodile spotted crossing the street in Orlando neighborhood (FULL VIDEO) #Irma [VIDEO] https://t.co/q4FFe4SAmG pic.twitter.com/89BV0b7XsY

— Hip-HopVibe.com (@HipHopVibe1) September 12, 2017

The forecast for Orlando this afternoon is “Mostly sunny, with a high near 92. South southwest wind around 5 mph,” according to www.forecast.weather.gov. And tonight, there is “A slight chance of showers and thunderstorms between 8pm and midnight. Partly cloudy, with a low around 76. South southeast wind around 5 mph becoming calm in the evening. Chance of precipitation is 20%.”

On Thursday, Orlando’s forecast is as follows: “Showers and thunderstorms likely after noon. Partly sunny, with a high near 92. Calm wind becoming northeast around 5 mph. Chance of precipitation is 70%. New rainfall amounts between a quarter and half of an inch possible.”

















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