What it looks like when a Category 5 hurricane flattens your island overnight - Quartz

When Hurricane Maria made a direct hit on the Caribbean island of Dominica last month, residents fled to the safest corners they could find. They huddled in bathrooms, squeezed into cabinets, camped out in shelters—going anywhere they could to get ...

Hurricane Maria: FAIRS, others reaching out to Dominica - Southwest Virginia Today

When Hurricane Maria's 160 mile per hour winds struck Dominica “head on” on September 18, 2017, the island was devastated. The Category 5 storm claimed lives on the Caribbean island. Most of the trees were stripped of their leaves, and the island was ...

UPDATE: Maria a maximum-strength hurricane - DeathRattleSports.com

MIAMI – Hurricane Maria has grown into a maximum-strength Category Five storm, US forecasters said Monday, as it was bearing down on the Caribbean island of Dominica. The “potentially catastrophic” hurricane had top winds of 160 miles (257 kilometers) ...

A Weymouth couple living in Dominica were forced to evacuate after Hurricane Irma and Maria hit their home - Dorset Echo

A Weymouth couple had to abandon their livelihood by wading through a river after the Caribbean was hit by back-to-back hurricanes. Tim and Sam Williams were evacuated from Dominica when, days after it was hit by Hurricane Irma, the island was ravaged ...