New York sending security help to Virgin Islands

New York sending security help to Virgin Islands

The BBC understands he will visit the British Virgin Islands and Anguilla, both British overseas territories which were badly damaged by the storm. "There is a huge amount of damage to buildings, but fortunately everyone we have seen so far has been ok".

Here's a look at just a few stories from the hardest hit areas, where residents are still reeling. In 2005 he returned home.

Reuters/Stephen YangFlooding in the Brickell neighborhood as Hurricane Irma passes Miami, Florida.

"Some British nationals actually have been evacuated from Saint Martin", he said. Burton has not been able to return home. "I'm trying to get my relatives to Puerto Rico now, it's very worrying", said Thomas. "Many foreigners have been willing to provide their own assistance at their cost, only to be denied - shame on you Queen Elizabeth, et al, for not allowing these people, whom you depend upon for tourism dollars, illegal shell corporations, and tax evasion to sustain this economy", Haynes writes.

She said her sisters were stopped when driving to the airport for information or to try to buy tickets out, and turned back. Cuomo has directed rescue teams to hurricane-impacted areas in recent weeks. "I$3 t is about the tens of thousands of people who have lost their homes and their livelihoods". "It is human nature".

Britons left stranded on Caribbean islands devastated by Hurricane Irma said Britain's response had been faulty, but Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson on Monday (Sept 11) called the criticism "completely unjustified".

By the time it passed the Virgin Islands on September 6, Irma was a category 5 storm with maximum sustained winds of 185 miles per hour.

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"In the meantime, our focus is on making sure people are safe, have shelter, food and water", Branson, 67, added.

"It is so freaking scary". "Last night I had people in my garage with flashlights looking around".

The woman said her partner, Leo Whitting, stayed behind while she chose to flee the storm.

Lloyd Gumbs was born in Anguilla, where he has lived for most of his life.

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Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Roselló stated that the storm was more risky than anything they've ever seen and compromised much of the island's infrastructure.

Despite the damage and destruction caused by Hurricane Irma, Boyce is still thankful that Christian presence is maintained in the Caribbean islands.