Dominica post Maria :

Dominica post Maria : "From what I saw the island looks as if there was a fire of wind"

Thursday, September 28, 2017 — Reginald Armour, past President of the Trinidad Bar Association and currently Chairman of the Council of Legal Education for the entire English speaking Caribbean came back from Dominica where he went to help his family after the passage of hurricane Maria.

Reginald Armour is both Dominican and Trinidadian. He traveled to Dominica on Friday September 22 to reach his father and his brother with whom he had lost contact with after the passage of Hurricane Maria over the island on Monday September 18.

He reached the country thanks to the National Helicopter Services of Trinidad and Tobago and he was also able to fly over the island with the support of the rescuers from Venezuela and record the videos below of the situation on the ground. 

The island looks as if there was a fire of wind [...] what you see is just standing sticks all through the mountains of Dominica. [...] From what I saw from helicopter and what I saw driving on the road, 90% of Dominicans have lost the roof to their houses". He says

Testimonial of Reginald Armour
 

 

Intervention of the Venezuelan rescuers
 

 

Intervention of the troops from Palestine
 

 

Video of Dominica after hurricane Maria
 

 

Testimonials of Dominicans
 

 

Aerial view of Dominica after the passage of hurricane Irma
roof repair after the passage of hurricane Maria in Dominica
damaged house after the passage of hurricane Maria in Dominica
damaged house after the passage of hurricane Maria in Dominica
damaged house after the passage of hurricane Maria in Dominica
Aerial view of Dominica after the passage of hurricane Maria
National Helicopter Services of Trinidad and Tobago.