The road at Orange Hill along St Vincent's northerly coast collapsed under the weight of heavy flooding. (GP)
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TROPICAL STORM HARVEY breezed past Barbados, but regional neighbour St Vincent and the Grenadines felt a much harsher lash from the Atlantic hurricane season’s first major cyclone.
While Barbadians were breathing a sigh of relief and mopping up from mostly heavy rains and slight structural damage overnight, some northern Vincentian communities were cut off when a major roadway collapsed under Harvey’s water weight yesterday.
The exact conditions facing another 5 000 or so residents on the north of the island won’t be known until emergency teams reach there today.
The airport on the private island of Mustique, which has a population of around 500 people, was flooded when the storm lashed the island chain, also causing flooding on Bequia. (BA)
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