CUTLER BAY, Fla. - People who live in southwest Miami-Dade lined up early Wednesday outside stores to get supplies ahead of Hurricane Irma.
The Home Depot in Cutler Bay opened at 6 a.m., but customers were waiting outside before then to make sure they were able to get their hands on supplies that are still in stock.
A Home Depot in Pembroke Pines opened up about five minutes early Wednesday as a crowd of people gathered outside its doors.
Key items people should have ahead of a Hurricane include flashlights with extra batteries, lanterns, generators, plywood, gas and a cooler for ice and food.
Local 10's cameras were rolling early in the morning at a RaceTrac gas station in South Miami Heights when workers announced that they were already out of gasoline.
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