Two Cambridgeshire Police Officers who've returned home from the hurricane hit British Virgin Islands, say they've been left 'humbled' by the experience.
More than 120 people were killed when Hurricane Irma took hold of the Caribbean in August.
PC Den Williams and PC Ross Beesley volunteered to help, along with 50 other officers from across the country and flew out from RAF Brize Norton to Barbados on 9 September.
The majority of PC Williams and PC Beesley’s time was spent at banks to stop looting and robberies or at supermarkets and fuel stations to prevent panic buying. It turned that out that 40% of the islands own police force were unable to work because of the devastation caused to their own lives.