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It's been three days since some of the worst flooding this country has seen.

And tonight, there are still areas inaccessible, people marooned in their homes, and major roadways still...

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Residents of St Helena were on Saturday night still marooned in their homes.

They say this is the worst flooding they have been experienced.

But what is even worse is that they say...

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Central and South Trinidad were cut off from the rest of the country today as the Caroni River burst its banks making the major access road the Uriah Butler Highway impassable, with both lanes...

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Residents of one village on the periphery of the Caroni River are fearful of losing everything as flood waters continue to rise in bamboo settlement number one.

The residents tell us this...

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Hundreds of residents have been evacuated from the Greenvale Housing Development and are tonight in shelters or with relatives.

This after flood waters rose, affecting almost...

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Thousands of citizens across Trinidad and Tobago are battling flood waters following three days of persistent rainfall..families have been evacuated.

Homes and properties remain under water...

Res­i­dents of Ma­son Hall, To­ba­go, are thank­ful no one was hurt when trib­u­taries from the Sandy Riv­er over­flowed their banks yes­ter­day.

At Es­tate Trace, Adel­phi Road, the road­...

With the Ca­roni Riv­er still over­flow­ing its banks, hun­dreds of mo­torists ei­ther try­ing to get to north or south Trinidad re­main strand­ed on the Uri­ah But­ler High­way.

And while...

The sailing of the Galleons Passage on Monday October 22nd has been cancelled due to electrical issues. 

In a press relase today NIDCO stated both the 6 am from Port of Spain and 4 pm from...

The Ministry of Education has stated only schools that have been affected by the rains and those that are being used as shelters will be closed.

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As thou­sands of cit­i­zens re­main trapped in their homes by flood wa­ters and shel­ters are fill­ing up with those who had to flee their homes in the past 72 hours, heavy rain­fall has start­ed...

Na­tion­al Se­cu­ri­ty Min­is­ter Stu­art Young is warn­ing loot­ers that they will face the full brunt of the law if caught steal­ing items from flood vic­tims.

His com­ments came dur­ing...

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