Residents of the island of Key Largo in Florida have begun returning to their homes after Hurricane Irma rampaged through the coastal areas of the U.S. state.
But many found they did not have a home to return to.
According to an emergency agency, 90 percent of homes were either damaged or destroyed in the Florida Keys, a string of islands including Key Largo where the storm first made landfall.
The situation remains dire on the island after the devastating storm, as debris is scattered on the streets, and there is no food, water or electricity.
Residents are looking to the government for some help outside of insurance coverage.