Citizens in Jamaica protest as debris yet to be removed following Storm Eta

Citizens in Jamaica protest as debris yet to be removed following Storm Eta

Several citizens in Jamaica staged protests following massive flooding in Gordon Town, St. Andrew.

According to the Jamaica Observer, Tropical Storm Eta’s outer bands lashed the island damaging houses and downing power lines over the weekend.

On the western side of the parish, clearing of landslides continues at Smithfield along the Llandewey to Windsor Forest roadway.

Jamaica Observer reported that the aim of several first responders is to reopen corridors and carriageways to single lane.

However, NWA said its team will not be able to re-establish access along the Penlyne Castle roadway today.

Dozens of homes were left under water and heavy silt.

Meanwhile, the main road was a debris field on Monday morning.

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