Hurricane Maria tore through Puerto Rico Wednesday, bringing catastrophic winds of up to 155 mph. Initial reports told of “total devastation” on the island. Pictures from San Juan Luis Munoz Marin Airport in Carolina, Puerto Rico revealed destruction at the international hub.

Photos posted by Radio Isla 1320 showed severe flooding on the airport’s runways and damage to the inside and outside of the building. The pictures appeared to show an airport rendered virtually unusable by the storm.

The airport shut down at 5 p.m. Tuesday before the storm hit, according to Aviation International News. Airlines suspended operations out of Puerto Rico in the lead-up to the storm. Delta Airlines said it planned to restart operations at certain airports Thursday, but doing so would be dependent on the extent of the damage.

Maria made landfall in Yabucoa, Puerto Rico early Wednesday as the worst storm to hit the region in 85 years. Winds of up to 155 mph during the Category 4 storm left the entirety of the island without power as of Wednesday afternoon, ABC News reported. Maria continued to forge a warpath through Puerto Rico, moving northwest at about 12 mph.

“When we can get outside – we will find our island destroyed,” Abner Gomez, director of the State Agency for Emergency Management and Disaster Management, said in a press conference. “The information we received is not encouraging. It’s a system that has destroyed everything it has had in its wake.”

More than 500 shelters were opened in Puerto Rico, Gov. Ricardo Rossello confirmed. Initial reports from the island said that 80 percent of the homes in a Catano, a suburb of San Juan, were destroyed. It remained unclear whether there were any fatalities in Puerto Rico as a result of the hurricane. At least two people, however, were killed when the storm made its way through other parts of the Caribbean in recent days.