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Tropical Storm Erika leaves 20 dead, as it plows through the Caribbean

Posted on September 2, 2015 by The Extinction Protocol
Tropical Storm Erika leaves 20 dead, as it plows through the Caribbean Erika
September 2015DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – Dominica Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said Friday at least 20 people had been killed by Tropical Storm Erika as it passed over his tiny Caribbean nation sowing a trail of “monumental” destruction. “The visual damage I saw today, I fear, may have set our development process back by 20 years,” Skerrit said in an address to the nation, after surveying the island. “Of greatest concern however, is the loss of life. So far we have confirmed that at least 20 citizens have died, and some are missing,” he said.
Skerrit reported that massive damage had been inflicted on key infrastructure facilities and roads, and that “hundreds of homes around the country have been destroyed or rendered unsafe to occupy.” Highways had sustained widespread damage and bridges had been washed away, he said. “I have been assessing the damage all day. The extent of devastation is monumental. It is far worse that expected,” he said.
Tropical storm Erika broke up as it raked across Cuba on Saturday, drenching the drought-parched island in heavy rain after killing at least 20 people on the Caribbean island of Dominica. The Miami-based National Hurricane Center later called off all coastal watches and warnings and said the storm had “dissipated” — a relief for a dozen Caribbean island nations stalked in recent days by Erika. But it did caution that Florida should keep an eye on “the remnants.” The storm dumped heavy rains on the Dominican Republic and Haiti in recent days, but its deadliest impact was on the tiny island nation of Dominica, which is still recovering from the assault and where the death toll could yet climb.
Floods and mudslides unleashed by the storm left scenes of devastation in the island of about 72,000 people. Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said Friday after surveying the damage. After pounding Dominica on Friday, Erika let loose on Haiti, where authorities set up emergency shelters across the country. According to an initial tally, one person was killed in a landslide and two people were injured in the Port-au-Prince region when a house collapsed. Flooding was reported in two regions after heavy rains.
Many homes in Haiti are rickety at best and more than 60,000 people are still living in emergency housing around Port-au-Prince following the country’s devastating 2010 earthquake that killed more than 250,000 people and crippled the nation’s infrastructure.   –Space Daily


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