A mother from Staffordshire whose son is on holiday with his girlfriend in hurricane hit Cuba says her family are terrified for their safety.
Hurricane Irma is the first category five hurricane to hit northern Cuba in decades with wind speeds reaching up to 160mph.
Jacqui Nixon from Staffordshire says it's incredibly hard being at home and not being able to help.
Jacqui was particularly concerned when she couldn't get in touch with her son James or his girlfriend Amy.
However, during filming she managed to get through to him:
Although the couple informed their families that they had now been moved to a more secure hotel overnight, they feel the support they've been given by their travel company Thomas Cook has been "poor".
In response, Thomas Cook said: