SANTA CRUZ CLEANS UP

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Torrential rain came down on Northern Trinidad over the weekend, resulting in rivers bursting their banks, and causing flooding and landslides along the North Coast Road, and in areas like Santa Cruz and Maraval. While people all over the Northern Range were affected by the flooding and rain which came down on Saturday, and the resulting sediment and mud which was left in the aftermath, none were more affected than the residents of Jaggan Village in Santa Cruz, where ten people were displaced, and a young woman hospitalised.

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St James cops, councillors in crime talks today - Jamaica Observer

Jamaica ObserverSt James cops, councillors in crime talks todayJamaica ObserverChairman of the St James Municipal Corporation Homer Davis addressing the annual general meeting of the Association of Past Members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force Benevol...

SANTA CRUZ CLEANS UP

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Torrential rain came down on Northern Trinidad over the weekend, resulting in rivers bursting their banks, and causing flooding and landslides along the North Coast Road, and in areas like Santa Cruz and Maraval. While people all over the Northern Range were affected by the flooding and rain which came down on Saturday, and the resulting sediment and mud which was left in the aftermath, none were more affected than the residents of Jaggan Village in Santa Cruz, where ten people were displaced, and a young woman hospitalised.

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St James cops, councillors in crime talks today - Jamaica Observer

Jamaica ObserverSt James cops, councillors in crime talks todayJamaica ObserverChairman of the St James Municipal Corporation Homer Davis addressing the annual general meeting of the Association of Past Members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force Benevol...

SANTA CRUZ CLEANS UP

admin

Torrential rain came down on Northern Trinidad over the weekend, resulting in rivers bursting their banks, and causing flooding and landslides along the North Coast Road, and in areas like Santa Cruz and Maraval. While people all over the Northern Range were affected by the flooding and rain which came down on Saturday, and the resulting sediment and mud which was left in the aftermath, none were more affected than the residents of Jaggan Village in Santa Cruz, where ten people were displaced, and a young woman hospitalised.

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St James cops, councillors in crime talks today - Jamaica Observer

Jamaica ObserverSt James cops, councillors in crime talks todayJamaica ObserverChairman of the St James Municipal Corporation Homer Davis addressing the annual general meeting of the Association of Past Members of the Jamaica Constabulary Force Benevol...