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- Tags: Floods - Jamaica
"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." "
"The heavy rains this week made another pond one side of the dual driveway leading to the Norman Manley Airport. At some parts of the road water was about one foot deep. The authorities have closed the flooded side of the road and the other side now…
"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."
"Nutts River fording above, was washed away during the April flash flood and left the remote villagers without an alternative route to get out their agricultural produce. This was one of the flood-ravaged areas Prime Minister Manley, Local Government…
"Flash Flood: Traffic on Mountain View Avenue in Kingston came to a halt yesterday afternoon as a localised flash flood put a large area of this main thoroughfare under water. There was only slight to moderate rain in other sections of the city."
"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."
"A section of the Corporate Area which was flooded by heavy rains yesterday. These motor vehicles try to move through the over 6 inches of water which fell in the Corporate Area, Maxfield Avenue."
"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."
"Shortwood Practising (Primary) School's choir practising "The Lord is My Shepherd" for the Choral Festival scheduled for this October - part of the…