VIDEO: Erika flood waters rush over car tops in Dominica

In this video, water is rushing over cars and flooding streets in Dominica due to Tropical Storm Erika.

http://www.weather.com/safety/hurricane/news/tropical-storm-erika-preparations-caribbean-florida-impacts

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8 Comments

  1. mine
    August 30, 2015

    lord look over Dominca, MY prayers are with you all in life nothing is easy we never know what tomorrow may bring.

  2. Interesting
    August 30, 2015

    It is important that the elected officals, members of parliament, and citizens stop the “monday morning quarter backing” and let’s get to work. This a not a short term struggle and we should be in it for the long haul. Mistakes will be made, but let’s push forward. New York has not recovered from hurricane sandy which occur in 2012, and New Orleans has not fully recovered from hurricane Katrina ten years later. Let us push on with one voice, one heart . May god bless the fine people of Dominica .

  3. August 30, 2015

    Greetings in the precious name of our risen Savior.
    Our Father and our God from whom all blessings flow, we thank you first off for your mercy and your grace, and being a witness I know what the power of PRAYER can do. The tragedy that has occurred is an eye opener and we have to leave matters to your swift moving hand, you know all about us, our minds and our hearts, and we seek you right now in this time of disaster in DOMINICA, we ask that your encouragement of all nations, countries who can help in this time of need in whatever capacity, lend a helping hand. We further ask that those who remain be faithful in remembering that your word says that you would never put more on us than we can bear, so we solicit your help in restoring our country, in comforting all who stand in need of it, and blessings from above in Jesus name, Amen.
    Pastor Greater Love Missionary Baptist Church of San Diego, CA. I was born in Grand Bay.

  4. anabel
    August 29, 2015

    God Bless Dominica

  5. Anthony Benjamin
    August 29, 2015

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you and with all Dominicans at home and abroad. I can only imagine what’s going on in the minds of those abroad who haven’t been able to make contact with family and loved ones in their respected villages. As Pastor of a local Baptist Church on St. Croix, with many Dominicans in its membership, I know that the sentiments run deep. We will do what we can to assist however we can. Meanwhile, please be reminded that God is the only One who truly understands this, and who is the only EXPERT in bringing good out of bad. In His providence, He allows certain “bad” things for the greater good of mankind. Be strong! Be courageous! Be resilient! God is in the midst! The Calvary Baptist Church of St. Croix, Inc. is with you as well.

    • mashallah faith
      August 29, 2015

      yes indeed. Let us show faith in action by doing what we can to help our brothers and sisters.
      Have not heard from my niece Dr Casandra Williams and her brothers or my cousins Neville Xavier, Valance Darroux. Have all in my prayers

  6. Dan Tanner
    August 28, 2015

    Dominica’s corrupt government, with approval of its childish people, squanders money on a presidential palace and sports stadium. But won’t spend on infrastructure, hospital, or schools.

    • September 9, 2015

      It’s Demonic Offspring of Satan like you that is bringing curse to our beloved country.
      Know your place child of Belzibob. Now is not the time or place for criticism. Dominica belongs to all of us. We all have a part to play.

      The palace and the stadium you are backing about does not belong to the Government. It belongs to
      WE THE PEOPLE.. So just thank the good Lord for small mercies.
      When will we ever learn? Instead of politicking thank the good lord for his tender mercies.

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