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“It’s nothing, only ringing & ringing & ringing.” Until Irma, Pickering spoke by her mom every day.
In the days after Irma hit, some heard short messages from their loved ones on Tortola.
But the time Irma chock the Caribbean, its physical damage to the islands came paired by a near total-destruction of access to the tech which makes this possible.
When Irma hit, he was as lucky as someone can get trapped on a tropical island during a catastrophic storm.
After Irma hit, Smith heard none for 24 hours.
Hurricane Irma Sucked The Ocean Away From Beaches In The Bahamas
ADVERTISEMENTHurricane Irma Information Systems very powerful, it sucked the ocean away from beaches in the Bahamas on Friday.
The coast & ocean are gone.” He tweeted a follow-up vidimus which showed the method the water had retreated at a coast in Long Island, Bahamas.
Y’all my family in the Bahamas told Irma sucked up all the water.
#Irma #HurricaneIrma pic.twitter.com/xXBywyo01a — Elpie (@elpie) September 9, 2017so the winds in Long Island Bahamas were strong sufficient to blow the water very far back which the eye could not see.
It looks as if there’s no sea pic.twitter.com/yemwLYUsI7 — KB (@keonavanessa) September 9, 2017Water receded in Salt Pond Long Island Bahamas yesterday evening.
Hurricane Irma Information Systems literally sucking the water away from shorelines
Video from Long Island in the Bahamas shows a dry shoreline as a result of Hurricane Irma.
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As Hurricane Irma barrels toward Florida, inhabitants are doing what they could to prepare their homes.
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