Hurricane Irma: Delta flight carries out heart-stopping mission for stranded passengers

Hurricane Irma: Delta flight carries out heart-stopping mission for stranded passengers
'The most scared I've been': Winnipegger in Florida flees Hurricane Irma
A Delta Airlines flight raced against time to retrieve stranded passengers in Puerto Rico as Hurricane Irma also approached. READ MORE: Canadians stranded in Irma's path struggle to come home. Flight 431 left New York's John F. Kennedy Airport just

Long after everyone on Key West, Florida had been ordered with utmost urgency to evacuate, a few hardy islanders remained defiantly, even jovially, hunkering down in homes, hotels or school gyms against the ferocious winds of Hurricane Irma. The eye of

'He walks around the building like he thinks he's the head coach.' Is Schwartz angling for Pederson's job? Sep 9 – 12:31 AM. Cuba Hurricane Irma. Camera icon Desmond Boylan / AP. Residents venture out after the passing of Hurricane Irma in Caibarien,

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Hurricane Irma makes landfall in Florida as winds and storm surge lash across the state
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'The most scared I've been': Winnipegger in Florida flees Hurricane Irma
'The most scared I've been': Winnipegger in Florida flees Hurricane Irma

As Hurricane Irma makes landfall in Florida, many Newfoundlanders living in the state are waiting with bated breath to see how the storm plays out. St. John's woman fears for safety of brother and girlfriend on St. Maarten; Newfoundlanders await Irma's. The powerful eye of Hurricane Irma has reached the Florida Keys. Hundreds of thousands lack power and more than 6 million people in Florida and Georgia have left their homes in one of the country's largest evacuations.

Hurricane Irma smashed into Florida on Sunday, leaving more than 2m properties without power as 130mph winds and sea surges flooded homes from the Keys, a string of low-lying islands on the state's southernmost tip, up the state's west coast.

Irma Makes Another Landfall In Florida, Descending On Marco Island

This article was originally published on Sunday at 5:30 a.m and will be updated throughout the day. Packing 130-mph (210-kph) winds, Hurricane Irma knocked out electricity to more than 1 million Florida homes and businesses on Sunday as it headed. HAVANA (Reuters) – From Cuba to Antigua, Caribbean islanders began counting the cost of Hurricane Irma on Sunday after the brutal storm left a trail of death, destruction and chaos that could take the tourist-dependent region years to recover from.

Irma Makes Another Landfall In Florida, Descending On Marco Island
Irma Makes Another Landfall In Florida, Descending On Marco Island

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — A Florida man says his Facebook event inviting people to shoot at Hurricane Irma was a joke that got out of hand, saying Sunday that he never expected anyone to take his suggestion seriously. More than 50,000 people had. A local resident walks across a flooded street in downtown Miami as Hurricane Irma hit Sunday. By. MikeMurphy. Editor. Hurricane Irma made a second landfall in Florida on Sunday afternoon, bringing ”life-threatening” flooding and destructive winds of …

Florida man's joke about shooting Irma gets taken seriously

MIAMI — The fierce eye of Hurricane Irma roared ashore in Florida on Sunday, bringing the full intensity of the storm to bear on the lower Florida Keys before beginning what forecasters say could be a painful journey up the state's western coastline …

Hurricane Irma barreled toward a second ferocious Florida landfall Sunday after inundating the low-lying Florida Keys and sending floodwaters surging into downtown Miami. By afternoon, it was 35 miles south of Naples, packing winds of 120 mph — and

FORT MYERS, Fla. — Hurricane Irma roared through the Florida Keys on Sunday with punishing 209 kilometre winds and began pushing its way north, knocking out power to more than 1.5 million people across the state and collapsing a construction crane

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