SAN JUAN, Puerto (WDEF) Hurricane Irma didn’t directly strike Puerto Rico, and it still has left more than a million people without power.
It skirted the island overnight, still packing 175 mph winds.
San Juan suffered mainly downed trees and some building damage from those powerful winds.
Here is how the island looked on Thursday morning.
#VIDEO | Obstaculizada la vía que conecta #LasTerrenas con el municipio de #Sánchez https://t.co/0b50vH6Qk3 … #Irma #HuracánIrma https://t.co/pQTKXZ3L2S
Xavier A. Muñoz Torres
Irma2017 #huracanirma #huracan #puertorico #hatorey
riel G. Garcia
— CBS News (@CBSNews) September 7, 2017