Irma's wind speeds have slowed to around 75 mph, the National Hurricane Center said in an update early Monday, although it cautioned that hurricane gusts and storm surges could still cause life-threatening conditions along Irma's path up the western Florida coast. The massive storm measured more than 400 miles wide, and its winds reached 130 mph. The storm swamped much of downtown Miami and toppled at least three constructions cranes -- two over downtown Miami and one in Fort Lauderdale, the Associated Press reported.
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