Key West ravaged, ocean waves crash over rooftops of homes, flooding

KEY WEST, Fla. (Sept. 7, 2017) Capt. Bobby Baker, left, commanding officer of Naval Air Station Key West, listens as staff updates the status of the air station ahead of Hurricane Irma. Non-essential active duty military, Department of Defense civilians and their families have evacuated the base. Hurricane Irma is a Category 5 hurricane with sustained winds of more than 180 mph and is moving west-northwest at 17 mph. The storm is expected to impact the southeastern United States. (U.S. Navy photo by Trice Denny/Released)

Hurricane Irma’s devastating winds reached speeds in excess of 110 mph pounding the Keys with heavy winds, waves, and floodwaters

KEY WEST, Fla. (INTELLIHUB) — A massive storm surge and Hurricane Irma’s eye wall battered the city and adjacent Keys Sunday morning as wind gusts topped 110 mph.

Most of the city is currently flooded and power in all of the Keys has been knocked out.

Massive ocean waves could be seen crashing over beach homes as the storm continued to surge moving north toward mainland Florida’s west coast.

Severe winds battered anything out in the open.

Ocean water flowed over the top of local docks and boats were rocking violently in the winds.

Flooding… the wind…

One local couldn’t resist a selfie.

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Boats riding out the storm.

At least that damn helicopter is not currently spraying for mosquitoes.

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