More Americans evacuated from Caribbean after Irma

Around 4,600 U.S. service members are helping with relief efforts in the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico, while cruise ships are also working to help evacuate stranded Americans.
0:28 | 09/12/17

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Now an update on those who were stuck in the Caribbean after hurricane Herman nearly 2000 Americans have been evacuated most of them from saint Maarten on military flights. Now the law requires them to reimburse the government. But the State Department says no American will be denied assistance. 4600 US service members are helping with relief efforts in the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico cruise lines are also helping to evacuate stranded. Americans Royal Caribbean ships are delivering supplies water food and clothes.

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