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Relief effort ramping up in the Caribbean as new storm approaches
The destruction on islands such as St. Thomas and St. Maarten has cruise ships among others assisting in relief efforts by delivering supplies and getting people out.
Breaking down Hurricane Irma's damage
The worst of Hurricane Irma may be over, but the storm left plenty of destruction in its wake. Many Caribbean islands were hit the hardest, accounting for the majority of storm-related deaths. Now these island nations are faced with the grim prospect of rebuilding. Florida was in the path of the
Royal Caribbean International dispatches cruise ships as part of Irma relief efforts
Michael Bayley, the president and CEO of Royal Caribbean International, speaks to "GMA" from a cruise ship heading toward Miami as the company helps with evacuations and delivering much-needed supplies.
How to help those impacted by Hurricane Irma
Hurricane Irma made landfall in Florida Sunday, days after the powerful storm's winds and rain devastated many islands in the Caribbean. Many humanitarian organizations are still reeling from the massive devastation left in the wake of Hurricane Harvey, which inundated Houston with deadly
Royal Caribbean dispatches cruise ships to help with hurricane relief
Royal Caribbean is sending cruise ships to the Caribbean to help with Hurricane Irma relief efforts and to transport those impacted by the devastating storm to safety, the cruise line announced Sunday. Ships from Royal Caribbean's fleet are being mobilized and filled with supplies to "help people
Americans on St . Maarten tell of Irma's devastation: 'It looked like a war zone'
ABC News' Linzie Janis talks to Americans on St. Maarten about Hurricane Irma's devastation.
Americans on St . Maarten tell of Irma's devastation, lawlessness; 1,200 evacuated
American citizens evacuated from St. Maarten by U.S. military aircraft are telling desperate stories of survival as Hurricane Irma ravaged the island and left a precarious security situation in its wake. More than 1,200 American citizens have been evacuated from St. Maarten at the U.S. State
Woman killed by jet-engine blast at popular tourist site
A 57-year-old woman from New Zealand visiting St. Maarten was killed while holding onto a fence as a jet took off nearby at Princess Juliana International Airport, according to authorities.
New Zealand tourist dies after jet blast knocks her down at a beach in St . Maarten
A 57-year-old woman intentionally stood by the runway to feel the jet fuel blast from planes taking off.
Jet engine blast kills New Zealand woman on Caribbean beach
A 57-year-old New Zealand woman died Wednesday after being knocked over by the blast of air released from a jet engine at a beach in St. Maarten , a Caribbean island known for its main airport's extremely close proximity to the beach. Police said in a statement that Emergency Central Dispatch in