Hurricane Irma Diaries

It was a fair amount of time, about three months after hurricane Irma had shown its worst moves on a display, rooting put poles, houses, building, anything to everything, nothing really was spared.

The writer descended upon the affected area by a LIAT plane at the Beef Island Airport and to her shock, she could already see the plight of the landscape which was painted in dozens of strings of wrecked boats here and there. The marine surveyor said that about 80 to 90 percent of BVI’s fleet of the charter was damaged and a major 85% of the island’s buildings and infrastructure was destroyed.
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