Naples Hurricane Irma
Naples and Marco Island were battered by Hurricane Irma. Getty Images

After Hurricane Irma wreaked havoc on the Florida Keys and Miami Beach, the storm headed northwest toward Marco Island and Naples. Marco Island was the first to get hit by the hurricane before it made landfall in Naples. Touching down on Marco Island was the second time the storm made landfall on Florida after battering the Florida Keys earlier in the day.

Naples and Marco Island were both top-trending Twitter topics Sunday. At the time this article was written, Naples had more than 104,000 tweets and Marco Island had nearly 38,000 mentions.

Netizens shared dozens of pictures and videos from the storm.

At least three people died in the Sunshine State and more than 2 million people are without power, ABC News reported Sunday. At least 27 people in the Caribbean were killed by the storm. The final death total likely won’t be known until the storm passes.

Visibility in Naples started to diminish around noon. Storm surges could reportedly reach 15 feet above sea level.

“Do not think the storm is over when the wind slows down,” Florida Gov. Rick Scott said Saturday. The dangerous storm surge “will rush in and could kill you.”

“You need to stay in a safe place,” the governor said. “Be prepared, listen to local evacuation advisories.”

President Donald Trump took to Twitter Friday before Irma battered Florida. “Hurricane Irma is of epic proportion, perhaps bigger than we have ever seen. Be safe and get out of its way,if possible. Federal G is ready!” he wrote. “Our incredible U.S. Coast Guard saved more than 15,000 lives last week with Harvey. Irma could be even tougher. We love our Coast Guard!”

The president urged officials to listen to officials. “This is a storm of enormous destructive power, and I ask everyone in the storm’s path to heed ALL instructions from government officials,” Trump wrote the following day. “The U.S. Coast Guard, FEMA and all Federal and State brave people are ready. Here comes Irma. God bless everyone!”

The governor of Florida vowed to take care of his residents during a noon press conference Sunday. Scott said he “requested a major disaster declaration from President [Donald] Trump to help bring important federal resources and aid to Florida.”

Hours earlier, he added on ABC News’ “This Week” that “we're going to make sure every person in the state is taken care of to the extent we can. It's hard to do it during a storm, but as soon as that storm passes, our first responders will be out there doing everything they can to take care of every person in the state.”

According to Scott, the president “offered every resource there is of the federal government” and “he said he'll be praying for us.”

Rear Adm. Peter Brown, commander of the Coast Guard's 7th District, said Florida would receive help after Irma is gone. “The size, the intensity, and the track of Hurricane Irma threaten the entire state of Florida. So, our assets are primarily positioned out of the state now,” he said.

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