Hurricane Irma is already larger, stronger, and potentially more fatal than Harvey - and it's not over yet.

Irma has sent the Caribbean and several southern States into crisis mode after reportedly destroying '95 percent' of Saint-Martin, Barbuda, and the British Virgin Islands. Millions of people have been left stranded and homeless with no access to water, electricity or phone service, and at least 10 are dead. The Bahamas and Cuba are bracing for a similarly devastating impact, as is the State of Florida, which is currently being completely evacuated.

Scroll down to see chilling photos of the damage caused by the harrowing storm so far, and if you are in an area at risk of being affected, heed all warnings by relevant authorities and make your way to a safe place. If you would like to help, find more info here.

#1

People Evacuating Their Chickens

People Evacuating Their Chickens

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Mimis Nachbarin
Community Member
3 years ago

chicken wraps

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#2

Popular Ivan's Stress Free Bar On Jost Van Dyke In The British Virgin Islands (Before And After Irma Damage)

Popular Ivan's Stress Free Bar On Jost Van Dyke In The British Virgin Islands (Before And After Irma Damage)

Kenny Chesney Report

Mimis Nachbarin
Community Member
3 years ago

that doesn't look stress free anymore...

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#3

Dogs Take Refuge From The Rain As Hurricane Irma Makes Its Entry Into Samana, Dominican Republic, On Thursday

Dogs Take Refuge From The Rain As Hurricane Irma Makes Its Entry Into Samana, Dominican Republic, On Thursday

Tatiana Fernandez Report

John L
Community Member
3 years ago

Please, "Save The Children". 😟

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#4

Paraquita Bay (Before And After Irma Damage)

Paraquita Bay (Before And After Irma Damage)

Reuters Report

Nancy E
Community Member
3 years ago

How do you put this back together ???

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#5

Bizarre Scene Along The Coast Of Saint Martin After Roofs Were Torn Off Houses And Blown Off In To The Streets

Bizarre Scene Along The Coast Of Saint Martin After Roofs Were Torn Off Houses And Blown Off In To The Streets

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Ellis
Community Member
3 years ago

Such devestation. So sad!

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#6

Popular Honky Tonk Bar In Philipsburg St Martin (Before And After Irma Damage)

Popular Honky Tonk Bar In Philipsburg St Martin (Before And After Irma Damage)

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Quinn Purdy
Community Member
3 years ago

I guess the honky tonk went badonkadonk..

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#7

Beach Plaza Hotel In St Martin (Before And After Irma Damage)

 Beach Plaza Hotel In St Martin (Before And After Irma Damage)

splashnews Report

Hope Floats
Community Member
3 years ago

Went from looking like a beautiful hotel to resembling a prison after a riot... So devastating for everyone..

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#8

Wind Swept Cars Are Piled On Top Of One Another In Marigot, Saint Martin, After The Passage Of Hurricane Irma

Wind Swept Cars Are Piled On Top Of One Another In Marigot, Saint Martin, After The Passage Of Hurricane Irma

Lionel Chamoiseau Report

William Teach
Community Member
3 years ago

Most likely storm surge swept cars, but, point taken.

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#9

A Woman Looks At Empty Shelves That Are Normally Filled With Bottles Of Water After Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello Declared A State Of Emergency In San Juan, Puerto Rico

A Woman Looks At Empty Shelves That Are Normally Filled With Bottles Of Water After Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello Declared A State Of Emergency In San Juan, Puerto Rico

Alvin Baez Report

StarryEyedDreamer
Community Member
3 years ago

Prime example of why you shouldn't procrastinate (!_!)

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#10

Aftermath From Hurricane Irma In Puerto Rico

Aftermath From Hurricane Irma In Puerto Rico

Thais Llorca Report

Taryn Wallace
Community Member
3 years ago

This is so sad I have a bunch of family there and it was so scary to see this happening and not knowing if they were ok.

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#11

The Flooding In St Martin

The Flooding In St Martin

AFP Report

Flinkie
Community Member
3 years ago

Wow 😔

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#12

The Aftermath Of Hurricane Irma On Saint Martin

The Aftermath Of Hurricane Irma On Saint Martin

Netherlands Ministry of Defense Report

William Teach
Community Member
3 years ago

Realistically, it doesn't look that bad. No roofs missing, no debris in the streets. Barely see any roof tiles missing.

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#13

The Hotel Mercure In Marigot, Saint Martin, Is Left In Ruins Following An Impact From Hurricane Irma

The Hotel Mercure In Marigot, Saint Martin, Is Left In Ruins Following An Impact From Hurricane Irma

Lionel Chamoiseau Report

Ellis
Community Member
3 years ago

Paradise turned into hell :-(

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#14

Dolphin Discovery Attraction On Tortola In The Virgin Islands (Before And After Irma Damage)

Dolphin Discovery Attraction On Tortola In The Virgin Islands (Before And After Irma Damage)

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Jocelyn
Community Member
3 years ago

i hope the dolphins are finally back where they belong: free and in the ocean!

J Browne
Community Member
3 years ago

The problem is these dolphins cannot fend for themselves in the wild as they are used to human care and they are not even from this ocean, so they wouldn't fit in with their kind. One might hope they would have stuck around so that they can be put back but as someone who has worked with them it would be better if they were free even if a short time rather than go back to a life of giving humans rides for food. This place will probably go back and buy more dolphins, creating more demand and slaughter in Taiji. It should be outlawed!

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katarina
Community Member
3 years ago

Do you realize that they didn't actually keep dolphins, the attraction took people out onto the ocean to see dolphins. I don't understand why you have to be so rude even in a time of tragedy.

Sarah Trnr
Community Member
3 years ago

so glad you said this! I was actually genuinely worried about the welfare of the dolphins!

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Lillian Chesak
Community Member
3 years ago

It's so sad to see such a beautiful place wrecked :-(

B Cool
Community Member
3 years ago

pssssh, i bet the dolphins are so happy.

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Charlie Guitard
Community Member
3 years ago

hope all dolphins have made it safely out to sea

KT Trondsen
Community Member
3 years ago

I hope the dolphins are okay :(

StarryEyedDreamer
Community Member
3 years ago

I'm picturing free willie, but with dolphins,

Jenn Babos
Community Member
3 years ago

Probably better for the animals if they could escape! Resorts like these that keep dolphins as attractions just fuel the fire that is the Taiji dolphin hunt!

Missy Finley
Community Member
3 years ago

I feel no pity for a place that holds captive dolphins mere feet from the ocean where they should be. I hope it was completely destroyed.

Joseph Dylan Wilkinson
Community Member
6 months ago

FREE THE DOLPHINS

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Alicia Nguyen
Community Member
3 years ago

They messed with the color so it makes the bottom picture look worse than it actually is

Joannie Goulet
Community Member
3 years ago

More like the color on the first one were doctored to be more attractive to tourists. The bottom one look like it's been taken without taking the time to adjust the camera for the shot (like most people do).

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Lø Reine
Community Member
3 years ago

well.. atlest (I hope) the dolphins are finally free now!!! :)

Charlie Guitard
Community Member
3 years ago

hope all the dolphins made it out to sea

Pamela Miller
Community Member
3 years ago

are the dolphins dead or have they escaped? if they are free, hope their natural instincts and behavior are strong to survive without human interference.

Phebe Schwartz
Community Member
3 years ago

I hope the dolphins were able to swim out to sea!

Brandon Paltoo
Community Member
3 years ago

The dolphins here are unfortunately not well enough the care for themselves some are blind and one was left as a baby. None are really wild.

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Joseph Dylan Wilkinson
Community Member
6 months ago

I just hope the Dolphina are ok...

Joseph Dylan Wilkinson
Community Member
6 months ago

*Dolphins

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Deborah Hillesdon
Community Member
3 years ago

At least the dolphins are hopefully back where they belong

Rosemary Moreland
Community Member
3 years ago

Losing foliage and trees always makes a scene look more devastating.

Joe Dad
Community Member
3 years ago

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Before: photoshopped After: not photoshopped.

B Cool
Community Member
3 years ago

Hahaha, yea, when you show up for your "dolphin discovery" with your little postcard in hand (picture A) and you see what it REALLY looks like.....a dolphin prison (picture B)

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J
Community Member
3 years ago

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Quick, save the dolphins from drowning!

Laury M.
Community Member
3 years ago

Dolphins can actually drown, as they're mammals, and they might have if their cages were flooded.

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#15

Rescue Staff From The Municipal Emergency Management Agency Investigate An Empty Flooded Car During The Passage Of Hurricane Irma Through The Northeastern Part Of The Island In Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Rescue Staff From The Municipal Emergency Management Agency Investigate An Empty Flooded Car During The Passage Of Hurricane Irma Through The Northeastern Part Of The Island In Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Carlos Giusti Report

Cat person
Community Member
3 years ago

That's what happened to me in -30*C in a blizzard

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#16

Smoke Rises From A Fire Amid Debris And Damaged Buildings In Marigot, Near The Bay Of Nettle, On The French Island Of Saint Martin On Wednesday

Smoke Rises From A Fire Amid Debris And Damaged Buildings In Marigot, Near The Bay Of Nettle, On The French Island Of Saint Martin On Wednesday

Lionel Chamoiseau Report

Brandon Paltoo
Community Member
3 years ago

I really am glad most people heard the warning and left

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#17

Broken Palm Trees On The Beach Of The Hotel Mercure In Marigot, Saint Martin

Broken Palm Trees On The Beach Of The Hotel Mercure In Marigot, Saint Martin

Lionel Chamoiseau Report

April W
Community Member
3 years ago

At least they're still standing. They will recover.

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#18

Luxury Yachts Were Destroyed And Sunk As Huge Waves Battered The Coast Of St Martin Overnight

Luxury Yachts Were Destroyed And Sunk As Huge Waves Battered The Coast Of St Martin Overnight

BACKGRID Report

Penalty Bahx
Community Member
3 years ago

Rich or not . Some one worked hard to have those items . I wouldn't wish this on any one . Don't be salty . It's unbecoming.

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#19

A Lone Police Car On Patrol During The Passing Of Hurricane Irma On September 6, 2017 In Fajardo, Puerto Rico

A Lone Police Car On Patrol During The Passing Of Hurricane Irma On September 6, 2017 In Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Jose Jimenez Report

Maverick rudometkin
Community Member
3 years ago

so courageous

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#20

An Aerial Photograph Taken And Released By The Dutch Department Of Defense On Wednesday, Shows The Damage Of Hurricane Irma On The Princess Juliana International Airport And Simpson Bay Beach On The Dutch Caribbean Territory Of Sint Maarten

An Aerial Photograph Taken And Released By The Dutch Department Of Defense On Wednesday, Shows The Damage Of Hurricane Irma On The Princess Juliana International Airport And Simpson Bay Beach On The Dutch Caribbean Territory Of Sint Maarten

Gerben Van Es Report

Brandon Paltoo
Community Member
3 years ago

What airport all thats left is a runway...

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#21

A Damaged Home In Marigot, Saint Martin, Is Left Filled With Sand After The Passage Of Hurricane Irma

A Damaged Home In Marigot, Saint Martin, Is Left Filled With Sand After The Passage Of Hurricane Irma

Lionel Chamoiseau Report

Flinkie
Community Member
3 years ago

It must be so sad to loose your home. 😢

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#22

An Employee From An Electrical Company Works To Remove A Tree Felled By Hurricane Irma, In Sanchez, Dominican Republic, On Thursday

An Employee From An Electrical Company Works To Remove A Tree Felled By Hurricane Irma, In Sanchez, Dominican Republic, On Thursday

apimages Report

Krystyna Chojnowska
Community Member
3 years ago

I imagine he possibly left his damaged house to help many people, who will benefit from his work..

#23

A Man Walks Among Debris As Hurricane Irma Moves Off The Northern Coast Of The Dominican Republic, In Nagua

A Man Walks Among Debris As Hurricane Irma Moves Off The Northern Coast Of The Dominican Republic, In Nagua

Ricardo Rojas Report

Maggie Dougherty
Community Member
3 years ago

Look at all that foliage everywhere! I think it will take many people, to rebuild this community!

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#24

Members Of The Civil Defence Run As Hurricane Irma Howls Past Puerto Rico

Members Of The Civil Defence Run As Hurricane Irma Howls Past Puerto Rico

Reuters Report

Lara B.
Community Member
3 years ago

Heros!

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#25

The Interior Of A Home In Marigot, Saint Martin, Is Left Filled With Sand Following The Passage Of Hurricane Irma

The Interior Of A Home In Marigot, Saint Martin, Is Left Filled With Sand Following The Passage Of Hurricane Irma

Lionel Chamoiseau Report

Maverick rudometkin
Community Member
3 years ago

even the ceiling fan looks sad

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#26

Princess Juliana Airport (Before And After Irma Damage)

Princess Juliana Airport (Before And After Irma Damage)

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Kevin Wilson
Community Member
3 years ago

Opposite sides

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#27

A Woman Pushes Out Floodwaters On Her Property After The Passing Of Hurricane Irma, In St. John's, Antigua

A Woman Pushes Out Floodwaters On Her Property After The Passing Of Hurricane Irma, In St. John's, Antigua

Johnny Jno-Baptiste Report

sh
Community Member
3 years ago

Her Christmas lights made it?! I need some of what she attached those with.

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#28

Families Gather At A Shelter In A Local Church During The Evening Before The Arrival Of Hurricane Irma In Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic

Families Gather At A Shelter In A Local Church During The Evening Before The Arrival Of Hurricane Irma In Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic

Tatiana Fernandez Report

Christina Waide
Community Member
3 years ago

I can't imagine how horrible it would be to be homeless with children. Single without children would be bad enough-so much more manageable-but kids must add another layer to the nightmare.

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#29

Debris Is Seen During A Storm Surge Near The Puerto Chico Harbor In Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Debris Is Seen During A Storm Surge Near The Puerto Chico Harbor In Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Jose Jimenez Report

Erika Glam
Community Member
3 years ago

@maverick rudometkin you made a joke on a couple of the other pictures (and your sarcasm does not help) this is a serious issue

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#30

An Aerial Photograph Taken And Released By The Dutch Department Of Defense On Wednesday Shows The Damage Of Hurricane Irma On The Dutch Caribbean Island Of Sint Maarten

An Aerial Photograph Taken And Released By The Dutch Department Of Defense On Wednesday Shows The Damage Of Hurricane Irma On The Dutch Caribbean Island Of Sint Maarten

Gerben Van Es Report

Kay Goodwin
Community Member
3 years ago

Doesn't look real. It's like a child play set scattered about. Think this shows how strong the wind was best.

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#31

Aftermath Of Hurricane Irma In St. Martin

Aftermath Of Hurricane Irma In St. Martin

Jonathan Falwell Report

Wendy
Community Member
3 years ago

How apocalyptic looking

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#32

Damaged Cars Are Seen On A St. Martin Beach

Damaged Cars Are Seen On A St. Martin Beach

Lionel Chamoiseau Report

Eva Duskova
Community Member
3 years ago

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All I see is new cars......

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#33

A Man Rests On A Cot Inside A Shelter Set Up At The Berta Zalduondo Elementary School During The Passage Of Hurricane Irma In Fajardo, Puerto Rico

A Man Rests On A Cot Inside A Shelter Set Up At The Berta Zalduondo Elementary School During The Passage Of Hurricane Irma In Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Carlos Giusti Report

Peggy Schultz
Community Member
3 years ago

With a storm outside I wouldn't rest my head by a window a.c. unit.

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#34

People Pick Up Debris As Hurricane Irma Howls Past In Fajardo, Puerto Rico, On Wednesday

People Pick Up Debris As Hurricane Irma Howls Past In Fajardo, Puerto Rico, On Wednesday

Alvin Baez Report

KT Trondsen
Community Member
3 years ago

whats with the pick axe?

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#35

Waves Crash Against A Seawall As Hurricane Irma Slams Fajardo, Puerto Rico, On Wednesday

Waves Crash Against A Seawall As Hurricane Irma Slams Fajardo, Puerto Rico, On Wednesday

Alvin Baez Report

Maggie Dougherty
Community Member
3 years ago

I cannot the heartache, of waiting for the hurricane to arrive, and trying to stay safe!

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#36

Car Was Left Overturned After Hurricane Irma Smashed In St Martin

Car Was Left Overturned After Hurricane Irma Smashed In St Martin

splashnews Report

Ravina Worlikar
Community Member
3 years ago

hope nobody was in tat car while hurricane 🌀 happened

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#37

Locals Walk Through The Ruins Of A Harbour Area On The Island Of Saint Martin After The Hurricane Left It In Ruins

Locals Walk Through The Ruins Of A Harbour Area On The Island Of Saint Martin After The Hurricane Left It In Ruins

splashnews Report

Maggie Dougherty
Community Member
3 years ago

It looks like match box toys, scattered around!

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#38

An Aerial Photograph Taken And Released By The Dutch Department Of Defense On Wednesday Shows The Damage Of Hurricane Irma In Philipsburg, Sint Maarten

An Aerial Photograph Taken And Released By The Dutch Department Of Defense On Wednesday Shows The Damage Of Hurricane Irma In Philipsburg, Sint Maarten

Gerben Van Es Report

Lisa Holdsworth
Community Member
3 years ago

its desperately sad, but the photos are fascinating to look at and wonder why some buildings look untouched and other completely destroyed, even next to each other!

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#39

Piles Of Debris And A Boat Are Washed Up Onto Shore In Marigot, Saint Martin, After The Passage Of Hurricane Irma

Piles Of Debris And A Boat Are Washed Up Onto Shore In Marigot, Saint Martin, After The Passage Of Hurricane Irma

Lionel Chamoiseau Report

Margie Lazou
Community Member
3 years ago

there's gonna be a whole lot of scavengers in these coming days...

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#40

A Woman Pulls A Travel Case On A Rock Scattered Road In The Aftermath Of Hurricane Irma In Fajardo, Puerto Rico

A Woman Pulls A Travel Case On A Rock Scattered Road In The Aftermath Of Hurricane Irma In Fajardo, Puerto Rico

RICARDO ARDUENGO/AFP/Getty Images Report

Ellis
Community Member
3 years ago

Poor lady!

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#41

Shoppers Wait In Line For The Arrival Of A Shipment Of Water During Preparations For The Impending Arrival Of Hurricane Irma In Altamonte Springs, Fla.

Shoppers Wait In Line For The Arrival Of A Shipment Of Water During Preparations For The Impending Arrival Of Hurricane Irma In Altamonte Springs, Fla.

Joe Burbank Report

Cat Meow
Community Member
3 years ago

The woman in the front already looks devastated :(

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#42

A House Reduced To Rubble On The French-administered Territory Of St Bart, After The Passage Of Hurricane Irma

A House Reduced To Rubble On The French-administered Territory Of St Bart, After The Passage Of Hurricane Irma

Quentin Liou Report

Ellis
Community Member
3 years ago

Imagine that was YOUR home

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#43

Pleasure Crafts Lie Crammed Against The Shore In Paraquita Bay As The Eye Of Hurricane Irma Passed Tortola, British Virgin Islands

Pleasure Crafts Lie Crammed Against The Shore In Paraquita Bay As The Eye Of Hurricane Irma Passed Tortola, British Virgin Islands

Ron Guerney Report

Maggie Dougherty
Community Member
3 years ago

How are they going to untangle these boats? Lots of cranes, right?

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#44

A Car Is Left Turned Onto Its Side From Hurricane Winds In Marigot, Saint Martin, On Wednesday

A Car Is Left Turned Onto Its Side From Hurricane Winds In Marigot, Saint Martin, On Wednesday

Lionel Chamoiseau Report

#45

Damaged Books And Debris Is Sprawled Throughout The Streets Of Marigot, Saint Martin

Damaged Books And Debris Is Sprawled Throughout The Streets Of Marigot, Saint Martin

Lionel Chamoiseau Report

Marilynn Weaver
Community Member
3 years ago

One for the books!!!

#46

A Man Reacts In The Winds And Rain As Hurricane Irma Slammed Across Islands In The Northern Caribbean On Wednesday, In Luquillo, Puerto Rico

A Man Reacts In The Winds And Rain As Hurricane Irma Slammed Across Islands In The Northern Caribbean On Wednesday, In Luquillo, Puerto Rico

Alvin Baez Report

J
Community Member
3 years ago

"Stop storm, just go away"

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#47

The Grand Case Beach Club In St. Martin After Hurricane Irma

The Grand Case Beach Club In St. Martin After Hurricane Irma

splashnews Report

#48

Wreckage In A Street Of Gustavia In Saint-barthelemy In The Caribbean

Wreckage In A Street Of Gustavia In Saint-barthelemy In The Caribbean

Kevin Barrallon Report

#49

Cars Are Left Piled On Top Of One Another At The Hotel Mercure In Marigot, Saint Martin

Cars Are Left Piled On Top Of One Another At The Hotel Mercure In Marigot, Saint Martin

Lionel Chamoiseau Report

Wayne Monastra
Community Member
3 years ago

Yes but even if you leave your car lights on...you only see a brake light when your foot is on the brake??

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#50

Cars Were Crushed By Flying Debris And Roofs Were Torn Off Houses On Saint Martin As The Storms Hit

Cars Were Crushed By Flying Debris And Roofs Were Torn Off Houses On Saint Martin As The Storms Hit

splashnews Report

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#51

Palm Trees Buckle Under Winds And Rain As Hurricane Irma Slammed Across Islands In The Northern Caribbean In Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Palm Trees Buckle Under Winds And Rain As Hurricane Irma Slammed Across Islands In The Northern Caribbean In Fajardo, Puerto Rico

Alvin Baez Report

Joseph Dylan Wilkinson
Community Member
6 months ago

Is that a person just to the right of the centre?

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#52

After Hurricane Irma

After Hurricane Irma

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#53

Police Patrol The Area As Hurricane Irma Slams Across Islands In The Northern Caribbean On Wednesday, In San Juan, Puerto Rico

Police Patrol The Area As Hurricane Irma Slams Across Islands In The Northern Caribbean On Wednesday, In San Juan, Puerto Rico

reuters Report

Corey Smith
Community Member
3 years ago

Brave souls.

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#54

A Man Carrying An Umbrella Walks On A Street In Puerto Rico

A Man Carrying An Umbrella Walks On A Street In Puerto Rico

Reuters Report

zef rose
Community Member
3 years ago

I think the expression on his face, coupled with the fact he has an umbrella, looks like determination to me. This man will survive.

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#55

Haitian People Walk Through The Wind And Rain On A Beach, In Cap-haitien As Hurricane Irma Approaches

Haitian People Walk Through The Wind And Rain On A Beach, In Cap-haitien As Hurricane Irma Approaches

hector retamal Report

Maverick rudometkin
Community Member
3 years ago

i think nature should cut Haiti some slack, they already suffer enough

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#56

A Man Surveys The Wreckage On His Property After The Passing Of Hurricane Irma, In St. John's, Antigua And Barbuda

A Man Surveys The Wreckage On His Property After The Passing Of Hurricane Irma, In St. John's, Antigua And Barbuda

Johnny Jno-Baptiste Report

Cynthia Phillips
Community Member
3 years ago

Emotional!

#57

Cars Remain Outside A Destroyed Building With Debris That Was Flow On To The Ground Below By The High Winds Of Irma In St Martin

Cars Remain Outside A Destroyed Building With Debris That Was Flow On To The Ground Below By The High Winds Of Irma In St Martin

GettyImages Report

#58

Damaged Street Of Gustavia On Saint-barthelemy In The Caribbean

Damaged Street Of Gustavia On Saint-barthelemy In The Caribbean

Kevin Barralon Report

Joseph Dylan Wilkinson
Community Member
6 months ago

Now that's a lot of damage.

#59

This Image Shows A Destroyed House On The Island Of Barbuda After Hurricane Irma Hit The Island

This Image Shows A Destroyed House On The Island Of Barbuda After Hurricane Irma Hit The Island

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Susan Forbes
Community Member
3 years ago

This is why you build the most solid house you can. He'll have less rebuilding than a lot of other people

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#60

A Photo Taken On September 6, 2017 Shows A Damaged Building At The Hotel Mercure In Marigot, Near The Bay Of Nettle, On The French Collectivity Of Saint Martin, After The Passage Of Hurricane Irma

A Photo Taken On September 6, 2017 Shows A Damaged Building At The Hotel Mercure In Marigot, Near The Bay Of Nettle, On The French Collectivity Of Saint Martin, After The Passage Of Hurricane Irma

Lionel Chamoiseau Report

Stephanie Batte
Community Member
3 years ago

How is that chair still standing?!?!?

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#61

Waves Crash Against The Shore As Hurricane Irma Moves Off From The Northern Coast Of The Dominican Republic, In Puerto Plata

Waves Crash Against The Shore As Hurricane Irma Moves Off From The Northern Coast Of The Dominican Republic, In Puerto Plata

Reuters Report

#62

A Fisherman Removes Equipment From His Wooden Boat As A Precaution Against Hurricane Irma, In Port-au-prince, Haiti

A Fisherman Removes Equipment From His Wooden Boat As A Precaution Against Hurricane Irma, In Port-au-prince, Haiti