Police officer recovers American flag on Sept. 11 anniversary

Hurricane Irma survivors become community heroes helping their neighbors in need.
0:58 | 09/11/17

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Finally tonight here, America strong. Amid so many scenes of destruction here in Florida, so many of the people of Florida helping their neighbors in need. As hurricane Irma arrived in Coral Springs, baby April arrived at home. Delivered by dad with a 911 dispatcher on the line. Police and fire escorting the new family safely to the hospital. In St. Petersburg, these firefighters carrying 83-year-old Dolores to shelter before the storm. It wasn't the wedding they planned. In sickness and her khans. Reporter: But Lauren and Michael, members of the air National Guard, called up to help in the rescue efforts here, exchanges their vows in uniform in Orange county. And back in Coral Springs, on this September 11th, a police officer taking a moment to recover an American flag swept away in Irma's fury. Saving the American flag. Thank you for watching. I'm David Muir. I hope to see you tomorrow. Good night. From Boston's new leader,

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