Tuesday, October 25, 2005
In the wake of Hurricane Wilma and Tropical Storm Alpha the number of displaced persons continue to rise across the caribbean, particularly in the mountainous areas of Haiti and the Dominican Republic. Cuba has incurred power outages and heavy property damage due to flood waters, even in the capitol city of Havana.
The work now begins to restore power, provide resources, rebuild and find new housing and most importantly, locate the missing and bury the dead. This, indeed, has been an exhasperating and unprecedented storm season.
Thankfully, our beloved Santo Domingo and immediate areas have had only minor damage.