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Beach house destroyed by Hurricane Irma In this Sept. 15, 2017, photo, a house rests on the beach after collapsing off a cliff from Hurricane Irma in Vilano Beach, Fla. The hurricanes that battered Texas and Florida likely spawned the worst disaster-created housing crunch since Hurricane Katrina left hundreds of thousands of Gulf Coast residents without homes more than a decade ago. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

Given the back-to-back hurricanes hitting the United States lately, the number of business recovery plans activated recently has made it a busy time.

Many businesses in Texas, Florida and other places faced the challenge of running their businesses while staring down an evacuation and dealing with other important matters, such as ensuring the safety of family members and personal property.

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