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- Tags: Dwellings - Flood damage - Jamaica
" "But what can we do?" seems to think his Majesty Pen occupant as she stares at the Daily News camera with folded arms."
"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."
"The mud hole where a gully used to be: This is a flooded section of Moonlight City in the Hunts Bay area of Lower St. Andrew where debris has blocked the gully forcing water into homes."
"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."
"Clearing the way: Joslyn Cole (left) and Benjamin Parker clearing the road of debris is at Whitney Turn near the Clarendon-Manchester border Tuesday. Mr. Parker told the Daily News that he lost five goats in the heavy rains."
"Moving out: A woman and her family move out of Content in Manchester after the area was ravaged by floods earlier this week."
"After the flood: this is how the inside of many homes in Central Manchester looked after recent flood waters subsided, many people lost most of their furniture and clothing."
"A house holder bailing out water from his kitchen after his home was flooded in McGregor Gully."
"Members of this family are seen packing their belongings as they prepare to evacuate their Jacques Road home in the McGregor Gully. This residence was also badly affected by last year's Gilda floods."
Two-storey building in Falmouth, located on lands once owned by Edward Moulton Barrett and the Barrett family in the 18th century.