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Maria regains its major hurricane status

Maria regains its major hurricane status

Previously a Category 5 with 175mph winds, Maria hit Puerto Rico as the third-strongest storm to make landfall in the USA, based on its central pressure. It has left me with a void and a broken heart and like I said I have to be strong I have to pick up the pieces. Now, "we have no water, no electricity, very limited communications", Skerrit said. In the meanwhile there are two important facts to report: "the Martinique Aimé Césaire International Airport re-opened this morning at 9:00 a.m. and ports are scheduled to re-open tomorrow".

One man, Skerrit said, walked 21 miles into the capital of Roseau to receive his treatment.

He added the island is "going to need all the help the world has to offer". At least 20 of the island's 72,000 residents are missing, he said.

He said east Dominica was severely battered, "in the extreme south a community has been cut off and communities in the rainforest have been declared a disaster zone".

Skerrit made a humble appeal global help, saying, "We need all the help that the world can offer, as small as it is...we need tarpaulins, drinking water, food, baby formula and lumber among many other items".

Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said during a Thursday interview with a ABS television in Antigua that the death toll of 15 is likely to rise as rescuers make contact with isolated villages. "Many of our schools have been destroyed".

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Maria paralyzed rescue and recovery efforts, and wiped out power to the entire island.

"It will take us a very long time to get back to pre-Maria state".

Food, water, roofing materials, lumber, plywood, windows, doors, nails, water containers, communication equipment, tarpaulin, energy biscuits, water purification kits, baby supplies and generators are among those listed by the prime minister as essential items that would be welcomed.

"[I will] speak to the worldwide community [and] have meetings with the UN Secretary-General to outline Dominica's situation and how we believe the global community can assist us". "We are deeply appreciative that again we have been spared the third hurricane in succession", said prime minister Timothy Harris.

"We will not leave any stone unturned". That is one of our major concerns. This financing also assists in reducing countries' vulnerability to future disasters.