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Nicole's FOOTPRINTS

Published:Monday | October 4, 2010
Persons who experienced loss of power in Westmoreland due to Tropical Storm Nicole lined up even in the rain to have their mobile phones charged by over 30 charging stations provided by the Digicel Gig Rig. - Contributed
This man fixes his roof after the house was damaged by landslides on the Castleton main road which was blocked after heavy rainfall in St Mary last Wednesday. - Rudolph Brown/Photographer
This house in Kingswood, Westmoreland was flipped during the passage of a freak storm in the parish last Tuesday. There were no reports of injuries to its occupants. - Dalton Laing photo
Persons who experienced loss of power in Westmoreland due to Tropical Storm Nicole lined up even in the rain to have their mobile phones charged by over 30 charging stations provided by the Digicel Gig Rig. - Contributed
A motorist gingerly drives on what's left of the main road which leads to Guy's Hill St Catherine following the heavy rains last Thursday. - Ricardo Makyn/Staff Photographer
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THE Tropical depression which became Tropical Storm Nicole has gone
but its footprints are everywhere. Our photographers captured various
aspects of Nicole's fury and have been sharing them.

Here a some more photos of the effects of the disaster.