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John’s, Fla. on US 1 in anticipation of Hurricane Irma Wednesday Sept 6 2017 Keys officials announced a mandatory evacuation Wednesday for visitors with residents being told to leave the next day (AP Photo/Alan Diaz) The US National Weather Service said Puerto Rico had not seen a hurricane of Irma’s magnitude since Hurricane San Felipe in 1928 which killed a total of 2748 people in Guadeloupe Puerto Rico and Florida Puerto Rico’s public power company has cut back on staff and maintenance amid a decade-long economic crisis and the agency’s director warned that some areas could be without power from four to six months because the infrastructure has already deteriorated so badly President Donald Trump this week approved an emergency declaration for the US Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico That means the Federal Emergency Management Agency and other agencies can remove debris and give other services that will largely be paid for by the US government EPA officials said their biggest concerns were oil spills and power disruptions to water supply systems “No matter what precautions we take the coastal flooding will impact oil tanks” said Catherine McCabe a regional administrator Another concern was the 20 Superfund sites in Puerto Rico and the three in the US Virgin islands given that most were near the coast she said She said EPA officials in New Jersey were on standby to fly down after the hurricane passed through State maintenance worker Juan Tosado said he was without power for three months after Hurricane Hugo killed dozens of people in Puerto Rico in 1989 Joshua Alicea rescue staff member from the Municipal Emergency Management Agency removes a fallen tree while touring the streets of the Matelnillo community searching for citizens in distress during the passage of Hurricane Irma through the northeastern part of the island in Fajardo Puerto Rico Wednesday Sept 6 2017 The US territory was first to declare a state of emergency las Monday as the National Hurricane Center forecast that the storm would strike the Island Wednesday (AP Photo/Carlos Giusti) “I expect the same from this storm” he said “It’s going to be bad” Tourist Pauline Jackson a 59-year-old registered nurse from Tampa Florida puffed on her last cigarette as a San Juan hotel prepared to shutter its doors ahead of the storm “I’m in a hurricane here and when I get home I’ll be in the same hurricane It’s crazy” she said She tried to leave ahead of the storm but all flights were sold out and she worried about her home in Tampa “When you’re from Florida you understand a Category 5 hurricane” said Jackson who was scheduled to fly out Friday The US National Hurricane Center said Irma’s winds would fluctuate but the storm would likely remain at Category 4 or 5 for the next day or two as it roared past the Dominican Republic Haiti Cuba the Turks & Caicos and parts of the Bahamas Evacuations from high-risk areas were ordered throughout the path of the storm By early Sunday Irma is expected to hit Florida where Gov Rick Scott said he planned to activate 7000 National Guard soldiers by Friday and warned that Irma is “bigger faster and stronger” than Hurricane Andrew Andrew pummeled south Florida 25 years ago and wiped out entire neighborhoods with ferocious winds Trump also declared an emergency in Florida and authorities in the Bahamas said they were evacuating six southern islands A woman skirts a puddle as she walks home in the seaside slum of Port-au-Prince Haiti Wednesday Sept 6 2017 Heavy rain and 185-mph winds lashed the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico’s northeast coast Wednesday as Hurricane Irma roared through Caribbean islands The northern parts of the Dominican Republic and Haiti could see 10 inches of rain (AP photo/Dieu Nalio Cheery) Experts worried that Irma could rake the entire Florida east coast from Miami to Jacksonville and then head into Savannah Georgia and the Carolinas striking highly populated and developed areas “This could easily be the most costly storm in US history which is saying a lot considering what just happened two weeks ago” said Brian McNoldy a hurricane researcher at the University of Miami Because of the uncertainty in any forecast this far out authorities in Miami held off for the time being on ordering any widespread evacuations The mayor of Miami-Dade County activated the emergency operation center and urged residents to have three days’ worth of food and water The State Department authorized voluntary evacuation of US diplomats and their families from the Dominican Republic Haiti and Cuba where the storm was expected to arrive by Friday Warm water is fuel for hurricanes and Irma was moving over water that was 18 degrees (1 degree Celsius) warmer than normal Four other storms have had winds as strong in the overall Atlantic region but they were in the Caribbean Sea or the Gulf of Mexico which usually have warmer waters Hurricane Allen hit 190 mph in 1980 while 2005’s Wilma 1988’s Gilbert and a 1935 great Florida Keys storm all had 185 mph winds Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Minnis said his government was evacuating six islands because authorities would not be able to help anyone caught in the “potentially catastrophic” wind flooding and storm surge People there would be flown to Nassau in what he called the largest storm evacuation in the country’s history The northern parts of the Dominican Republic and Haiti could see 10 inches (25 centimeters) of rain with as much as 20 inches (50 centimeters) in the southeast Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Employees of the Courtyard Marriott Hotel board up windows as they prepare for the arrival if Hurricane Irma in San Juan Puerto Rico Wednesday Sept 6 2017 Heavy rain and 185-mph winds lashed the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico’s northeast coast as Irma the strongest Atlantic Ocean hurricane hurricane ever measured roared through Caribbean islands on its way to a possible hit on South Florida (AP Photo/Danica Coto) The website cruisecriticcom said 28 cruises had been canceled shortened or had their itineraries changed as a result of the hurricane Also Wednesday Tropical Storm Katia formed in the Gulf of Mexico off Mexico’s coast and rapidly became a hurricane It had sustained winds of 75 mph (120 kph) and Mexico’s government issued a hurricane watch for the coast of Veracruz state from Tuxpan to Laguna Verde Katia was about 190 miles (310 kilometers) north-northeast of the city of Veracruz on Wednesday night and was expected to drift toward the coast Thursday the hurricane center said Another tropical storm farther east in the Atlantic became a hurricane Wednesday evening Hurricane Jose posed no immediate threat to land but meteorologists warned the storm’s path could change Jose had winds of 75 mph (120 kph) and was quickly strengthening For all the latest World News download Indian Express App More Related News which was its biggest enemy. more than 200 types of birds,5) beat Sanat Mharolkar(4.5) For all the latest Pune News,on Rs 5,we are 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