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Looters reportedly rode in on ATVs and boats to take advantage of Hurricane Irma's destruction in the Florida Keys.

Some residents are still roadblocked from getting back to their homes by law enforcement, Fox News correspondent Phil Keating reported from Islamorada in the Keys.

"We cannot let people come in until it's safe," Monroe County Sheriff Rick Ramsay said. "It looks like a nuclear bomb went off."

One five months pregnant woman and her husband were living out of their car until they could pass the roadblock.

"We're willing to get arrested," the husband said. "Just so she can have a place to lay down."

Sheriff Ramsay reported three dead so far in the Keys from the storm. He said that number is expected to rise.

Watch Keating's report above.


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