Hurricane Maria Batters Dominica As Category Five Storm | The Precison

An Hurricane scene during Hurricane Harvey in the US


Hurricane Maria, strengthened to a
“potentially catastrophic” category five storm, has torn into the
Caribbean island of Dominica with sustained winds of 260km/h (160mph).

Minister Roosevelt Skerrit posted on Facebook that his roof had been
torn off and he was “at the complete mercy of the hurricane”.
He said his house had flooded, later adding that he had been rescued.

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Dominica’s airport and ports have been closed.
Maria is moving roughly along the same track as Irma, the hurricane that devastated the region this month.
The nearby island of Martinique has declared a maximum-level alert while another French island, Guadeloupe, ordered evacuations.
Source: BBC

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