'Naked selfie' UFC star caught in Hurricane Irma 'eye of storm'

Violet Powell
September 10, 2017

The owners of a bakery on Milwaukee's south side said Thursday, September 7th they were on pins and needles as they waited to hear from loved ones in Puerto Rico, after Category 5 Hurricane Irma left more than half of the island without power and almost 50,000 people without water.

Sylvia Arias was born in Youngstown, grew up in Puerto Rico and lives back here now.

Most airlines, including United, American and Delta, were accused of raising their prices to almost $3,000 for flights to and from the area, according to Inc.

Aviation blogger Jason Rabinowitz followed every second of the flight on a tracking website. According to HuffPost, these flights departed from Miami International Airport and Ft.

The 34-year-old was reportedly notified by police yesterday that she should flee the massive Category 5 hurricane. "Everyone else has turned around".

Once on the ground, in a race against time, the crew had to service the plane - pump fuel, load passengers and more.

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Rabinowitz watched in awe at the pilot's skill and tweeted: "Amazing stuff".

Screenshot of flight radar image showing Delta flight 302 heading back to NY.

Scenes of damage in San Juan, Puerto Rico hit hard for some Western New Yorkers who have ties to the island.

The paper reported that when the 737-900ER plane reached San Juan at 12:01 p.m., winds registered at 28 miles per hour to 36 miles per hour - well within the safety limits for that type of aircraft. From landing in the midst of the fierce "Irma" to flying out just in time everything was nail-biting.

"Our meteorology team is the best in the business", said Delta vice president Erik Snell, as reported by The Guardian. He says meteorologists for the Atlanta-based airline worked with the flight crew and agreed that it was safe to fly. "And our flight and ground crews were incredible in their effort to turn the aircraft quickly and safely so the flight could depart well before the hurricane threat". The Washington Post reports that air traffic control has since ended all operations.

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