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When Hurricane Joaquin Washed the Sea into His Home...
Oct 9, 2015 - 1:19:57 PM

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Interior of the Carroll home

CROOKED ISLAND – Michael Carroll, a resident of Landrail Point, Crooked Island, recalls the horror he and his wife endured when Hurricane Joaquin washed the sea into their home. NEMA, the Prime Minister and key officials toured Acklins and Crooked Island on October 6th.

The photos here of Crooked Island tell the story.

(BIS Photos/Peter Ramsay)

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Michael Carroll of Landrail Point recalls the hurricane


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Pittstown home after Hurricane Joaquin


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Minister Griffin greets a Crooked Islander at a shelter


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Pittstown home in aftermath


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Seventh Day Adventist Church



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