Grenada Prime Minister Mitchell Among Officials To Travel To Carriacou To View Damage Caused By Hurricane Beryl

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Grenada Prime Minister Mitchell Among Officials To Travel To Carriacou To View Damage Caused By Hurricane Beryl

Grenadian Prime Minister, Dickon Mitchell, and a team of officials are expected to travel to the island of Carriacou to get a first-hand assessment of the damage caused by Hurricane Beryl.

The Office of the Prime Minister said Mitchell will be bringing relief supplies for Carriacou and the sister island Petite Martinique.

Mitchell said “The situation requires our immediate attention, and all efforts must be made to support our sister islands”.

Hurricane Beryl made landfall on Carriacou yesterday as a strong category four hurricane leaving residents without homes, electricity and essential supplies.

Citizens have been asked by the Prime Minister’s Office to donate relief supplies for residents of the devastated island.

These include non-perishable and canned food, sanitary products, bottled water and baby and adult diapers.

The relief supplies can be dropped off at the Grenada Yacht Club between 8 am and 10 am.