Hurricane Irma has finally moved away from the Caribbean, leaving a trail of destruction in its path.
The death toll currently sits at three but that is likely to rise as the extent of the widespread damage is realised.
The category 5 storm is now heading towards the US, and will be the strongest Atlantic storm to ever reach their shores.
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Here is some of the damage left behind so far, in pictures.
In St Maarten, the famous Princess Juliana International Airport has been largely destroyed. It was a popular spot for tourists, who would stand in the path of a jet blast while holding the fence.
Caribbean island Barbuda was out of contact for nearly 10 hours. Now, the Prime Minister has said 90 percent of the island has been destroyed.
Unverified photos on Twitter would appear to back this up.
Meanwhile the floodwaters continue to rise in Puerto Rico, as locals come to grips with the extent of the damage.