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    April 26

  • 04:50 AM

Clean crews in St Peter

Yvette Best,

Added 13 April 2011


The clean up from yesterday’s bad weather continues. Furniture, appliances and other household effects were out to dry today, and the Barbados Fire Service was on hand to help residents wash down their houses. There was calm in nearby Round-The-Town where workers from the Ministry of Public Works were clearing up debris from the flooding. Clean-up crews were also spotted in The Whim, clearing debris as well and things seemed to have returned to normal in some of the other affected areas in St Peter and St Lucy.


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