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- Tags: Dwellings - Effect of floods on - Jamaica
"Just the tops of these cars were visible in the parking lot at Mayfair Apartments along Waterloo Avenue."
" "But what can we do?" seems to think his Majesty Pen occupant as she stares at the Daily News camera with folded arms."
"House in water: Section of the three-apartment house at Kendal from which 72-year old Violet Morrison and her family were forced to flee because of flooding. According to Mrs. Morrison "we only glad it wasn't in the night." "
"Muddy mirror: The pointing hand (top left) shows the level to which water and mud reached in Miss Yvonne Brown's house on Jacques Road."
"Surveyed damage: Residents in the McGregor Gully area of St. Andrew survey damage done to their premises by flood waters caused by heavy rains from Hurricane Carmen."
"Moving out: A woman and her family move out of Content in Manchester after the area was ravaged by floods earlier this week."
"A house holder bailing out water from his kitchen after his home was flooded in McGregor Gully."
"One of the many houses at Railway Lane Beach which was severely damaged by Thursday night's flooding and Friday's heavy showers in Montego Bay."
"Portmore under water: this area is unique in Jamaica. Waterlogged and dangerous, it is the place of greatest risk from hurricane, from earthquake and from flooding. It is home for over 50,000 people!"
A section of Fern Gully in the parish of St. Ann. Fern Gully has over 300 varieties of ferns that line the roadway.