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    Parts of Port of Spain in darkness after freak storm

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    Oct 8, 2020 ,
    Parts of Port of Spain in darkness after freak storm

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    Ken Chee Hing

    CLEAN UP: A boy holds a branch while others clean up Nelson Street after the freak storm on Wednesday brought down trees and tore the roofs off several houses. PHOTO BY ANGELO MARCELLE - Angelo Marcelle
    CLEAN UP: A boy holds a division while others smooth up Nelson Motorway after the freak storm on Wednesday brought down trees and tore the roofs off loads of properties. PHOTO BY ANGELO MARCELLE – Angelo Marcelle

    AREAS in East Port of Spain were without electricity on Wednesday evening hours after a freak storm tore off the roofs of loads of properties and downed trees in Woodford Sq. and along the Brian Lara Walk.

    WHERE TO START?: Firemen clearing the freeway of tiny branches while ready on heavy equipment to construct up this tree that fell, blocking off web reveal visitors along Knox Motorway,Port of Spain, after the freak storm. PHOTO BY ROGER JACOB – ROGER JACOB

    After the metropolis baked below solar and clear, blue skies for a range of of Wednesday, the weather modified vastly by 4.30 pm, when a pointy heavy shower fell, accompanied by very sturdy gusts of wind.