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The couple are now stranded on St Martin with more than 5,000 other Americans.'We are OK,' the couple texted the Post on Saturday night.'Food running low.
They have been flying some relief flights but nothing for Americans.''It's like a war zone here,' they said.'The looting is awful and things are getting more violent. The US needs to help.'Gretchen and Peter are currently staying at the Hotel L'Esplanade — where there's no power or electricity.'We hope to fly Monday to Atlanta,' they wrote.
Meteorologists predicted Irma would plow into the Tampa Bay area Monday morning.
The area has not been struck by a major hurricane since 1921, when its population was about 10,000, National Hurricane Center spokesman Dennis Feltgen said.
The westward shift prompted Pinellas County, home to St.
Forecasters warned of storm surge as high as 15 feet.'This is going to sneak up on people,' said Jamie Rhome, head of the hurricane center's storm surge unit.
A Florida couple tried their best to escape Hurricane Irma, the deadly storm that has killed more than 20 across the Caribbean within the last week.
Gretchen and Peter Bogacz of Sarasota, Florida, traveled to the Caribbean island of Saba last week for their 20th-anniversary.
Gretchen and Peter Bogacz (pictured) of Sarasota, Florida, tried their best to escape Hurricane Irma, the deadly storm that has killed more than 20 across the Caribbean within the last week.
The pair traveled to the Caribbean island of Saba last week for their 20th-anniversary They left their 12-year-old daughter, Isabella (left), with her grandparents during their getaway, which turned into a nightmare as Irma loomed over the Caribbean.