Caribbean faces worst hurricane season in history?
Tuesday, 19 September 2017 Two weeks after the Mother of All Storms, Irma, devastated the Caribbean with 295 km/h winds, causing nearly sixty-five billion dollars of damage, killing 84 people and leaving varying degrees of destruction from severe to total as it carved its path from Cape Verde off the west coast of Africa to Florida in the United States of America.
According to reports, Hurricane Maria has made landfall on Puerto Rico as a Category 4 storm. The National Hurricane Center has deemed Maria "extremely dangerous," adding it contains winds of around 155 mph. Rainfall in the Puerto Rico area is expected to cause life-threatening flash floods with some...
Politico reports When the Federal Emergency Management Agency assessed its response to the 2017 hurricane season, it immediately noticed a glaring failure: It lacked both the numbers of personnel and..