IN MORE PICTURES: It never rains but it pours

More pictures and videos keep coming in to DNO showing the effects the persistent rain in various parts of the country. We’ll keep sharing them with you.

A Disaster Management official told us that thankfully, there have so far been no reports of any death or injury and it is anticipated that the damage will generally be infrastructural. He said the ODM is planning to conduct an assessment on Sunday after which a more detailed report will be presented.

The ODM continues to ask residents to exercise caution and to move to a safer location where their residence is threatened.

Here are some of the latest pictures and videos coming to hand.

 

Landslide at Paix Bouche 

 

St. Joseph

 

Portsmouth

As a result of severe flooding in Portsmouth, firemen had to use a zip line to move an elderly lady to safety.

 

Pointe Round

 

 

Between Jimmit and Tarreau

 

Calibishie

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. Denise
    November 11, 2018

    We had ts Erika now this one is Erikson? Lord watch over us

  2. Ibo France
    November 10, 2018

    Some of these situations are most frightening. May Mother Nature loosen its grip on Dominica. May God have mercy on all who are in serious peril and provide help where it is most needed. I sincerely hope there will be no loss of life.

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