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Tuesday, 19 September 2017

Hurricane Maria Likely To Hit Some Islands.

Dominica has suffered "widespread damage" from Hurricane Maria, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit says, as the storm
hammers neighbouring Guadeloupe.
"We have lost all that money can buy," Mr Skerrit said in a Facebook post.
The hurricane suddenly strengthened to a "potentially catastrophic" category five storm, before making landfall on the Caribbean island.
Earlier Mr Skerrit posted live updates as his roof was torn off, saying he was "at the complete mercy" of the storm.
"My greatest fear for the morning is that we will wake to news of serious physical injury and possible deaths as a result of likely landslides triggered by persistent rains," he wrote after being rescued.

Meanwhile officials on the French island of Guadeloupe are warning locals to stay sheltered, even if the hurricane appears to be easing in parts.
Houses and roads have been submerged and half of the rain expected in the region has yet to fall, the Prefect of Guadeloupe, Eric Maire, has warned.

"The phenomenon is still ongoing, it is necessary to remain in a safe place even if lulls appear," Mr Maire said.
Hurricane Maria is moving roughly along the same track as Irma, the hurricane that devastated the region earlier this month.
It has maximum sustained winds of 260km/h (160mph), and was downgraded to a category four after hitting Dominica, before picking up full strength again.
Life-threatening mudslides, flash floods and storm surges have been predicted by the US National Hurricane Center, which monitors the region. 
Source: BBC

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