Caribbean Islands Status Report


Caribbean Islands Status Report

Communications are down on many of the affected islands. As we get more information; we will make it available. To date, this is what we have learned:

Antigua and Barbuda:

Antigua escaped major damage whereas Barbuda had 95% of their structures destroyed.

Saint Martin:

95% of the island was destroyed.

Sint Maarten:

Suffered enormous devastation.

Saint Barthelemy (St. Barts):

Suffered flooding and power loss.


Police stations, fire stations, hospitals, schools and emergency shelters and homes were destroyed.

Saint Kitts and Nevis:

Suffered significant damage; but were spared total devastation. Airport is now reopened.

British and US Virgin Islands:

Suffered significatant devastation. Roads are inaccessible, schools, homes, businesses and supermarkets were destroyed.

Puerto Rico:

Has suffered power loss and are without drinkable water.

Dominican Republic:

Have downed power lines, flattened buildings


Have suffered power loss and the bridge between the Dominican Republic and Haiti is out.

Saba Island:

Lost communications. Has structural damage.

Turks and Caicos:

Experienced winds up to 174mph and waves of 20ft high. Extent of damage was not known as of this newsletter.

Military engineers have been dispatched to the Caribbean with shelters, food and water purification systems. The Island of Barbados has become a staging area for the Royal Marines as they provide relief to the affected islands.

St. Croix, also unaffected by the storm, has become the staging area for U.S. aircraft, troops FEMA and other various relief entities.

The Cayman Islands, unaffected by the storm, has dispatched Royal Cayman Police Service Officers to the British Virgin Islands, and Turks and Caicos Islands to assist with relief and recovery. The Cayman Islands and their Red Cross Teams responded swiftly to support the devasted islands.


British nationals in the Caribbean that need assistance: +44 020 7008 0000

US citizens, Contact FEMA:
For Shelter, Volunteer, Disaster Relief Application and more.

Donate to Emergency Assistance Fund of the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency (CDEMA) Resilience Way, Lower Estate, St. Michael Barbados, West Indies

Bank Details
Intermediary Bank:
Bank Wells Fargo Bank, NA
ABA Routing # 026 005 092
Bank Address 11 Penn Plaza, 4th Floor,
New York, NY
Beneficiary Bank:
Bank CIBC First Caribbean International Bank
Account Number 2000192003913
Bank Address Rendezvous, Christ Church, Barbados
For donations being made in USD$
please use the bank details below:
Name of Account Caribbean Disaster
Emergency Management Agency
Account Number 1333514
For donations being made locally in BDS$, please use the bank details below:
Account Details:
Name of Account Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency
Account Number 3666589
Currency of Account BARBADOS DOLLARS

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