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Hurricane Irma made landfall over Barbuda, the Antilles, and Saint Martin on Wednesday, bringing with it 185 mile per hour sustained winds. The storm left many buildings damaged and brought storm flooding to the region.

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Hurricane Irma destroys ‘95%’ of French part of St. Martin—official

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VIdeo from ABS TV/Radio shows some of the extent of the damage across Barbuda:

Prime Minister Speaks on Barbuda…..LIVE In Studio

Posted by ABS Television/Radio on Wednesday, September 6, 2017

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Officials on Barbuda are reporting “upwards of 90 percent” of buildings on the island have been damaged.

Recovery efforts will likely be staged out of Antigua.
Venezuela has offered logistical support to/from Barbuda. U.S. officials also offered logistics and material support.

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