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Branching out: Larry Samuels, foreman for the Department of Works and Engineering, cuts back a tree on Knapton Hill, Smith's.

Government workers were out in force today clearing roads after Hurricane Fiona brought down branches and debris across the island.

Larry Symonds, foreman for the Department of Works and Engineering, was clearing debris from Knapton Hill, Smith’s with a team of operators.

The Department of Works and Engineering supervisor and east end manager was bringing down a bent over tree on Knapton Hill this afternoon.

He said: “We have to bring this tree down as its hanging over. Most of the damage is up at the top of Knapton Hill and on south shore, its closed in with trees down around St Mark's Church. The hurricane was mostly gusty than high winds but that still causes damage.“

Larry Samuels gets ready to work on Knapton Hill, Smith's.
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Published September 24, 2022 at 7:54 am (Updated September 24, 2022 at 7:54 am)

Clearing up after Fiona

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