Coast Guard assesses vessels impacted by Hurricane Irma in Dinner Key near Miami

MIAMI — Coast Guard members and officers with the Miami Police Marine Patrol assess vessels displaced by Hurricane Irma in Dinner Key, Florida, near Miami, Oct. 4, 2017. Hundreds of vessels have been damaged or sunken by the force of Hurricane Irma. The Coast Guard, the Environmental Protection Agency and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission are heading up response efforts with a strong focus on the environmental impact presented by marine wreckage.

Coast Guard crews assess vessels displaced by Hurricane Irma

Chief Petty Officer Mark Fisher prepares an Assessment Sticker for a vessel displaced by Hurricane Irma in the area of Dinner Key, near Miami, Oct. 4, 2017. Boaters are urged to exercise extreme caution in ports and waterways affected by Hurricane Irma, as navigational hazards have been created by the storm. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Petty Officer Nick Ameen.

Coast Guard crews assess vessels displaced by Hurricane Irma

Chief Petty Officer Mark Fisher places an Assessment Sticker on a vessel displaced by Hurricane Irma in the area of Dinner Key, near Miami, Oct. 4, 2017. Boaters are urged to exercise extreme caution in ports and waterways affected by Hurricane Irma, as navigational hazards have been created by the storm. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Petty Officer Nick Ameen.

Coast Guard crews assess vessels displaced by Hurricane Irma

Officer R. Rodriguez with the Miami Police Marine Patrol assists as Chief Petty Officer Mark Fisher places an Assessment Sticker on a vessel displaced by Hurricane Irma in the area of Dinner Key, near Miami, Oct. 4, 2017. Boaters are urged to exercise extreme caution in ports and waterways affected by Hurricane Irma, as navigational hazards have been created by the storm. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Petty Officer Nick Ameen.

Coast Guard crews assess vessels displaced by Hurricane Irma

A vessel displaced by Hurricane Irma is located and assigned an Assessment Sticker in the area of Dinner Key, near Miami, Oct. 4, 2017. Boaters are urged to exercise extreme caution in ports and waterways affected by Hurricane Irma, as navigational hazards have been created by the storm. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Petty Officer Nick Ameen.

Coast Guard crews assess vessels displaced by Hurricane Irma

Chief Petty Officer Mark Fisher places an Assessment Sticker on a vessel displaced by Hurricane Irma in Miami, Oct. 4, 2017. Boaters are urged to exercise extreme caution in ports and waterways affected by Hurricane Irma, as navigational hazards have been created by the storm. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Chief Petty Officer Nick Ameen.

 

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