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He said the first plane already has landed at the airport in the capital, Philipsburg, and navy vessels have unloaded vital supplies in a race against time before the next storm arrives.Hurricane Jose is forecast to pass through the region Saturday, but Rutte says it's not expected - at the moment - to directly hit St.One woman claimed they attacked US and British tourists who became stranded when say some who have spoken to relatives on the island.Troops were called in on Friday to offset the problem. 'They are completely isolated and there are CRIMINALS carrying GUNS AND KNIVES SHOOTING and looting all over!!The concrete building we wer in literally shook.'The windows were torn out like paper and cars were flying through the air. Martin appealed to the British Government to send ships to help the area.Cars were on fire and fires were breaking out all over the place. He said they needed a Dunkirk style armada of big ships and little ships to get people to safety.At a port area, shipping containers were strewn like children's building blocks (pictured)Prime Minister Mark Rutte says that most people are surviving on the island without the basic necessities of life.Power, running water and most communications were knocked out by the powerful storm and looting has been reported by local authorities struggling to keep control of the island.

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A headquarters in Curacao is helping coordinate a military operation to deliver supplies to the 40,000-strong population of St. The tiny country, which shares an island with the French territory of St.

Maarten as Irma did Wednesday and winds will likely be significantly weaker. Martin, an island split between Dutch and French control.

Rutte and Interior Minister Ronald Plasterk say troops are helping stretched local authorities on the autonomous territory to uphold law and order amid looting of stores. A British man has spoken of the 'hell' left in the wake of Hurricane Irma.

He said the eye of the storm hit the island and rocks and boulders were tossed through the air, along with cars. Princess Juliana airport on the Dutch side of St Martin was famed for its proximity to the beach with tourists gathering to watch planes land just over their heads.

Windows were blown out like they were paper, he said. I have hardly slept and I have run out of words to describe what is happening.'We are trying to survive. But this was the scene after it was ravaged by howling winds as Irma crashed into the island on Wednesday'We were in our apartment and the storms was approaching and it was hours and hours away. Nobody is safe right now.'And they are living in fear of being hit by another hurricane in the next two days.