ST. MARTIN (CBS4) – Hurricane Irma hit President Donald Trump’s Caribbean estate.

The storm crashed into the island of St. Martin, where Trump owns a waterfront estate, according to The Washington Post.

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US President Donald Trump (credit: SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images)

As Hurricane Irma made landfall, it destroyed buildings, overturned cars, and has so far killed 10 people.

The extent of damage to the president’s 11-bedroom property on Plum Bay is not currently known, but French officials said the area suffered widespread destruction.

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People walk through damage on September 7, 2017, in a sand-covered street of Marigot, near the Bay of Nettle, on the island of Saint-Martin in the northeast Caribbean, after the passage of Hurricane Irma. (credit: LIONEL CHAMOISEAU/AFP/Getty Images)

“It’s an enormous catastrophe. Ninety-five percent of the island is destroyed,”  Daniel Gibbs, the president of the territorial council, said in a radio interview, according to AFP. “I’m in shock. It’s frightening.”

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Photos on social media show some of the devastation in the area.

The president’s property covers approximately five acres, with a pool, tennis court, and fitness center. Prior to the storm, it was on the market for $16.9 million, which was a reduced price from the initial asking of $28 million.

Hurricane Irma is now heading toward Cuba and Florida, where people are already evacuating ahead of the storm.

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