Jamaica tries to return to normality after two deaths and “significant damage” caused by Beryl

Jamaica tries to return to normality after two deaths and “significant damage” caused by Beryl

The government of Jamaica tries to return to normality this Thursday after the impact on Wednesday night of the Hurricane Beryl Category 4 storm, which caused “significant damage” in the south of the country and two deaths, raising the death toll to at least eight from the first cyclone of the Atlantic season.

“Sadly, we have learned that a woman has lost her life in Hanover and a man in Arnett Gardens, St Andrew, has been swept away by the floodwaters. We are grieving with the affected families,” Jamaica’s Minister of Information, Dana Morris, said in a statement.

Jamaican authorities reported this morning that a 20-year-old man and a 26-year-old woman died after Beryl passed through the Caribbean island.

Morris said the Jamaican government was aware that the hurricane had caused “significant disruption and damage” in some southern districts, with the greatest impact being felt in the municipalities of Saint Elizabeth, Clarendon, Manchester and Westmoreland.

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