Anarchy in the streets after Irma frees inmates and pushes mass thefts (VIDEO)

Power has gone down for 7.2 million homes and organizations in Florida implying that Irma caused plundering in the US and also on Caribbean islands

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Individuals say they are frightened for their lives in the wake of plundering softened out in a few nations after Hurricane Irma spread.

Power has gone down for 7.2 million homes and organizations in Florida implying that Irma caused plundering in the US and also on Caribbean islands.

One man in the British Virgin Islands has depended on bearing a blade with him to ensure himself as the circumstance wavers on the edge of losing control.

Between 100 and 120 detainees were said to have get away from a jail on the Virgin Islands after the building was in part wrecked by hurricane.

Meanwhile in the US police have taken to shaming looters they captured, taking a picture of them as they sit in a cell, metro.co.uk states.

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