Fresh roof damage at Commissioner’s Point
Commissioner’s House at Dockyard, which was dealt extensive roof damage by last year’s back-to-back hurricanes, lost another section of its roof during last night’s storm.
An official statement is to come later today from the National Museum of Bermuda, but early reports are that the last remaining piece of the historic building’s old roof was lost to Hurricane Joaquin.
The building at the tip of Ireland Island sits at a particularly exposed point, and the West End was forecast to receive the worst of the storm as it passed just west of the Island last night.
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