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Postby pugboy » December 14th, 2019, 10:06 am

Sagicor organizing relief hampers and ting
But it look like place unreachable until water go down

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Postby Rovin » December 14th, 2019, 11:38 am

forgot this thread yes so i posted this vid last night in d weather thread ....


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Postby shake d livin wake d dead » December 14th, 2019, 12:34 pm

Just imagine there is a forecast for more rain eh

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Postby zoom rader » December 14th, 2019, 12:49 pm

shake d livin wake d dead wrote:Just imagine there is a forecast for more rain eh
Well bro PNM obeah is stronger with their new $100.

Why you think is most injuns areas affected

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Postby EFFECTIC DESIGNS » December 14th, 2019, 3:26 pm

I hear Greenvale have flood is this true?

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Postby bluefete » December 14th, 2019, 3:33 pm

3 people you will NEVER see in south flooded areas:

Rowley, Imbert, Faris

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Postby Gem_in_i » December 14th, 2019, 4:04 pm

Places still flooded. Clarke Road.
The bridge at #2 is closed off.

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Postby hydroep » December 14th, 2019, 4:27 pm

For last year's floods, every few hours Stuarty was opening he hole...not a peep from him (or any other Government Official)) since this thing start...:|

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Postby pugboy » December 14th, 2019, 4:28 pm

he trying to find the boots and black tactical sweater

hydroep wrote:For last year's floods, every few hours Stuarty was opening he hole...not a peep from him (or any other Government Official)) since this thing start...:|

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Postby hydroep » December 14th, 2019, 4:31 pm

pugboy wrote:he trying to find the boots and black tactical sweater

hydroep wrote:For last year's floods, every few hours Stuarty was opening he hole...not a peep from him (or any other Government Official)) since this thing start...:|


Ent? The f#cker could find himself up in Bahamas but thing going on in he own backyard and he cyar say boo. These fellas are a disgrace yes...:|

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Postby zoom rader » December 14th, 2019, 4:35 pm

hydroep wrote:
pugboy wrote:he trying to find the boots and black tactical sweater

hydroep wrote:For last year's floods, every few hours Stuarty was opening he hole...not a peep from him (or any other Government Official)) since this thing start...:|


Ent? The f#cker could find himself up in Bahamas but thing going on in he own backyard and he cyar say boo. These fellas are a disgrace yes...:|
Indos areas mean nutting to PNM.

PNM is a racist organisation.

Impsbert and Jenny prime-ass insult pumpkin and bhaji farmers prove how they think

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Postby Dizzy28 » December 14th, 2019, 4:37 pm

He probably still looking for Johnny Walker proper address in Orlando
pugboy wrote:he trying to find the boots and black tactical sweater

hydroep wrote:For last year's floods, every few hours Stuarty was opening he hole...not a peep from him (or any other Government Official)) since this thing start...:|

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Postby Rovin » December 14th, 2019, 7:49 pm

lemme be d 1 to say it & i know i will sound like our 2 favorites pro peenmites on tuner:

this is unc diehard heartland though , this shuda never be allowed to happen to ppl in this penal area

i sure this suddenly eh happen jesso foss time , when unc was power they shud have looked after their own ppl who loyally supporting them for decades

this is not nice that ppl , their stuff & animals hadda be soaking in dutty water for days & hoping\praying more rain doh fall & sun come out to dry up d water , i doh even want to imagine what going on with ppl toilets & where d sewage going

they does be quick to go sweeten up other ppl areas who doh vote unc but ur own ppl u taking them for granted ..... like we all forget local election was jes last wk monday

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Postby paid_influencer » December 14th, 2019, 8:11 pm

UNC on the ground right now helping people. giving paper towel, cleaning supplies, cases of bottle water, etc.

PPG (especially under Jack Warner) did plenty to work on flooding and drainage infrastructure in those areas. hardly ever flood with this week being the anomaly. i know he did teef, but that man was performance

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Postby nervewrecker » December 14th, 2019, 8:25 pm

Well you see, I had pulled up and chat with an old lady from in the area. Don't wanna sound like I taking sides but she said that's what you get when you build in lagoon. Social media uses it for political points and like if they doing something. She said this area always floods and worst than this. She said all up the road even the ground is under water. Years upon years it has been flooding and only with the rise of social media people aware of what is taking place.
Me, I cannot dispute or agree as I maybe 1/3 her age. Just saying what I was told.
Rovin wrote:lemme be d 1 to say it & i know i will sound like our 2 favorites pro peenmites on tuner:

this is unc diehard heartland though , this shuda never be allowed to happen to ppl in this penal area

i sure this suddenly eh happen jesso foss time , when unc was power they shud have looked after their own ppl who loyally supporting them for decades

this is not nice that ppl , their stuff & animals hadda be soaking in dutty water for days & hoping\praying more rain doh fall & sun come out to dry up d water , i doh even want to imagine what going on with ppl toilets & where d sewage going

they does be quick to go sweeten up other ppl areas who doh vote unc but ur own ppl u taking them for granted ..... like we all forget local election was jes last wk monday

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Postby Blaze d Chalice » December 14th, 2019, 9:48 pm

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Let the chest be inflamed. lol

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Postby pugboy » December 14th, 2019, 10:32 pm

ent stuey and gg say they going after offensive social media posts?

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Postby zoom rader » December 15th, 2019, 12:15 am

Rovin wrote:lemme be d 1 to say it & i know i will sound like our 2 favorites pro peenmites on tuner:

this is unc diehard heartland though , this shuda never be allowed to happen to ppl in this penal area

i sure this suddenly eh happen jesso foss time , when unc was power they shud have looked after their own ppl who loyally supporting them for decades

this is not nice that ppl , their stuff & animals hadda be soaking in dutty water for days & hoping\praying more rain doh fall & sun come out to dry up d water , i doh even want to imagine what going on with ppl toilets & where d sewage going

they does be quick to go sweeten up other ppl areas who doh vote unc but ur own ppl u taking them for granted ..... like we all forget local election was jes last wk monday
If UNC had looked after it's own ppl then PNM ppl would said they are racist and don't care about black ppl.

You cant have a goverment in power that only caters to one side of the population.

UNC is the only party when in power to cater to all citizens .

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Postby zoom rader » December 15th, 2019, 12:21 am

pugboy wrote:ent stuey and gg say they going after offensive social media posts?
Dem and PNM could hul dey MC.

Social media is last free press we have, everything else is PNM and 1% controlled

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Postby hong kong phooey » December 15th, 2019, 12:25 am

pugboy wrote:ent stuey and gg say they going after offensive social media posts?

it only offensive if it said against the government
if it the opposition its directed then is ok and a joke

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Postby shake d livin wake d dead » December 15th, 2019, 3:25 am

Blaze d Chalice wrote:Image

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Let the chest be inflamed. lol


This lady's post on the fb real sickening though....I wont type the rest cuz id get ah ban...anyways how the floods going?

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shake d livin wake d dead wrote:
Blaze d Chalice wrote:Image

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Let the chest be inflamed. lol


This lady's post on the fb real sickening though....I wont type the rest cuz id get ah ban...anyways how the floods going?


she is ah nasty pee on em scunt :lol:

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Postby maj. tom » December 15th, 2019, 7:02 am

That woman's racism is as deep as a mental illness yes. I thought disgusting racism like that only existed in USA in the 1960s in Montgomery or Selma, Alabama. How could someone be that level of racist in a little place like Trinidad? What a terrible world she has created for herself and the people around her. :| I must be real naive about this, or just never experienced it because I don't associate with people of that kind of hatred.

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Postby hydroep » December 15th, 2019, 7:43 am

Out of the frying pan and into the fire...

V’zuelans at Puzzle Island need help
20 migrants lose everything in flooding
Laurel V Williams

Having fled their home country owing to the socio-economic crisis, about 20 Venezuelans migrants including two babies sought refuge by a neighbour in Penal after floodwaters inundated their apartments.

The unrelated newborns, both one-month-old, spent Friday night on the kitchen floor of the upstairs apartment of another Venezuelan family.

Newborn Ronialys Rodriguez slept peacefully in the arms of her father Jose Rodriguez, 34, at Puzzle Island as he pondered the future of his family. His wife Roxsys Rincones, 37, said while she experienced the effects of a country in a political turmoil, they never experienced such a natural disaster.

Speaking in Spanish, Rincones said: “While the water was rising, cockroaches were running out from all directions in the house. Everything from our clothes to mattresses, to food, are wet. The toilets were flooded so faeces are all over in the water.”

Touching the baby’s face, she repeated the word “plagas” meaning insects which bit her face.

Her other child Roinel Rodriguez, 10, stood nearby. Rincones said since Wednesday the flood left them stranded in the area. Fearing for their safety as the water rose to waist-length, the family went by the neighbour.

On the brink of tears, she said: “We need food, baby supplies, clothes, anything. We are hungry. We have nowhere else to go.”

Marciela Navarro holds her one-year-old Samuel Velásquez alongside her son Christhofer Pineda, six, in an apartment where she gave shelter to two families during flooding at Puzzle Island, Penal. Photos by Vashti Singh - Vashti Singh

Rafael Valderey, 57, and his wife Damaris Vargas, 45, took their one-month-old granddaughter Nahomi Valderey and slept by the same neighbour. They also slept on the kitchen floor.

Vargas said the family put their fridge on a truck tyre and the floodwater rose above it.

The ordeal was too much for her to recall. She said, “Thank God we got help from the Catholic Church.”

The neighbour is Marciela Navarro, 30, a mother who is taking care of her two sick children.

She was not directly affected by the flood but is pleading for help to buy medicine.

Holding her one-year-old son Samuel Velesquez, the worried mother said he has the flu.

“My other son, Christhofer, is six-years-old and he has asthma. I have no medication and no money. I don’t know what to do. Rent is due and my husband is not getting regular work. Please help.”

Mother of two Gennesis Romero, 31, wept as she cleaned up her apartment. She lives with husband Ali Marcano, 23, and their one-year-old son Aliangel Marcano, in Penal. Her mother takes care of her other son, nine, in Venezuela.

Romero said: “I send food and they are looking forward to it. They are expecting something, and I cannot send anything. We pay a monthly electricity bill of $200 plus rent. We have no money and lost everything.”

Rafael Valderey holds his granddaughter, one-month-old Nahomi Valderey at Puzzle Island, Penal. - Vashti Singh

Romero is unemployed but worked as an administrative clerk in Venezuela.

Since Wednesday, when heavy rain began, the Ministry for Migrants and Refugees (PMMR) of the St Dominic’s RC Parish in Penal have been distributing relief items to the affected migrants.

PMMR’s member Cristina John said it became critical on Thursday when she and other members used a dinghy to drop off food and water.

John said, “We could not reach them directly as the water was too high. It was a critical situation. At 7 pm, I was in distributing food. The Penal/Debe Regional Corporation (PDRC) lent us the dinghy and we thanked them for that. We also thank all the parishioners who help.”

Parish priest Fr Robert Christo and deacon Daniel George co-ordinated the drive. The ministry, John said, seeks to alleviate problems Venezuelan migrants face in TT.

The water receded some inches and on Saturday she returned to check on the migrants.

Sunday Newsday learnt that owing to the number of people affected, many did not receive food from the corporation.

At Suchit Trace in Penal, local Saara Baboolal, 33, said floodwater destroyed her home.

She lives with her common-law husband Kevin Roopchan, a labourer, and their two children.

“We lost everything. In trucks passing, the floodwaters came crashing against the (wooden) house. What did not float away, they were mashed up. We spent Friday night by a sister, but she does not have much for herself. I have nowhere to go.”

A short distance away, pensioner Dhanraj Rampersad, 82, said he spent two nights in a car with his daughter and her husband as water flooded their home.

Rampersad said, “We experience floods in the past but nothing like this. I am tired of bailing water from my room. No one helps us.”

PDRC’s chairman Dr Allen Sammy told Sunday Newsday that up to 5.40 pm, on Saturday, the corporation had not received any help from the Office of Disaster Preparedness and Management (ODPM).

Sammy said, “We have not received one mattress, or one food hamper or a bottle of water from the ODPM. “

He said the corporation has been distributing food items to all flood victims.

“My people went to Puzzle Island up to an hour ago. We are helping everybody.”

The National Security Ministry via a media release on Saturday denied Sammy’s allegations that the ODPM has not been assisting residents and said the agency has distributed food and relief supplies.

It said the Rural Development and Local Government Ministry on Thursday contacted the ODPM for assistance in co-ordinating the evacuation in the area.

The ODPM in its role as the national disaster co-ordinating agency immediately contacted the TT Defence Force which expeditiously dispatched teams to the corporation.

“These teams joined with the Disaster Management Unit (DMU) of the corporation, the Fire Service, and Police Service and together, they tirelessly evacuated families from water-logged homes to safer ground,” the release said.

It added that Defence Force personnel were also deployed into the Mayaro/Rio Claro Regional Corporation areas to conduct similar operations.

People from several parts of south Trinidad spent Saturday cleaning up in the aftermath of the flood.

Owing to erosion, the bailey bridge between No 2 Scale and Carat Hill in Barrackpore was temporarily closed to all vehicular traffic until further notice.

The Rural Development and Local Government Ministry advised citizens to utilise alternative routes.

Repair works are expected to start from Monday by officials of the Works and Transport Ministry with the assistance of the PDRC and the Princes Town Regional Corporation.

The Ministry of Social Development and Family Services (MSDFS) also advised that the Local Government Ministry and the ODPM are two of the key first-responders in any natural disaster.

Relief items such as bags, tarps and mattresses, are usually distributed through the ODPM and the DMUs in the municipal corporations, based on immediate needs assessments conducted, the ministry said.

Its role, following clearance from the first responders, is to provide financial support to disaster victims via grant funding, food support and psychosocial support, including counselling services as required.

For further information on disaster relief funding and food support, people can call the ministry’s toll-free hotline at 800 – 1MSD.

People in need of psychosocial support, including counselling services, can contact the National Family Services Division at 623-2608 ext 6701-6707.


https://newsday.co.tt/2019/12/15/vzuelans-at-puzzle-island-need-help/

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Postby cornfused » December 15th, 2019, 8:43 am

Trevor Sudama Trinidad Express

Excerpt from Letter to Editor "Suffer the Children"

"With respect to the extensive flooding in recent years in Debe, including the School compound. I approached MP for the area Dr. Floral Monilal on August 2nd 2014. He requested the intervention of then minister of water resources Ganga Singh, who came on tour on August 5th by helicopter, preferring and ariel detached view. Not unexpectedly, no action materialized.

In early November 2015 I made representation to then minister of work and transport Fitzgerald Binds on the matter and followed that up with a letter. There was not the courtesy of a response."

Who is red who is yellow ray ray , some persons are flooded not only in South and others are without water.
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