( CNN) Frustrations grew Wednesday along a two-lane stretch of route through the Florida Keys as disappointed occupants were told it wasn’t safe enough for them to return home.

The lower Keys were particularly hard hit by Hurricane Irma, with first responders Wednesday still scouring through wreckage.

In Ramrod Key, a search-and-rescue unit had to cut its acces through a piling of touch and trees in the front ground of a home before forcing the front entrance open. Inside they found an older maiden who had abode residence during the course of its intense typhoon. The crew leaved her irrigate and get her out.

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