Good Morning Corozal, Belize

Good Morning to USA!! OOOPPPSS!! No!! NO!! I meant good Morning to Corozal on this Friday morning. I am waking up with a beautiful Friday Morning Here at Corozal. It is Windy at the sea is rough. I hope everyone in the entire country of Belize made it through Hurricane Earl. I hope you enjoy your Friday were ever you are and have a safe weekend.

Today everyone came back to work normal day after hurricane earl hit the entire country on Thursday Moring. In San Pedro Ambergris Caye, the entire island are recovering today. It's a stressful feeling to deal with by the  way, the town  was just recovering from a fire that destroyed a portion of Pescador Drive. Now, they have to deal with another problem, Hurricane Earl's aftermath. Now the town is a devastating out of control. I pray today that everyone made it through Hurricane Earl.

BELMOPAN, Belize, Aug. 5 (UPI) -- Tropical Storm Earl, which has already caused damage in Belize, is prompting hundreds of people to seek shelter as emergency officials warn of possible

flooding and mudslides Friday.
Earl became a hurricane Wednesday afternoon but weakened back into a tropical storm early Thursday, dropping to 40 mph winds. The storm system made landfall in Belize at about 2 a.m. on Thursday.
As Earl moved through Belize and north Guatemala and eventually Mexico, heavy rains and strong winds caused property damage and downed trees. At least one bridge collapsed in Belize, local media reported.
Belize's National Emergency Management Organization reported "major infrastructure and building damage, many roads and streets are blocked."
"Roofing and broken lumber, down trees, electrical wires, splinters and nails are strewn all over the San Pedro, Caye Caulker Cayes, Belize City, Ladyville, Lords Bank and River Valley and can cause serious injuries," NEMO said.
The Mexican states of Campeche, Tabasco and Veracruz on Friday will be threatened by building surf, coastal flooding and beach erosion, as well as possible flooding and heavy rains.
Up to 18 inches of rain could fall in Belize, Guatemala and southeastern Mexico through Friday due to the storm system. Officials have warned of possible heavy flooding and mudslides.

CHETUMAL joins border with Belize to Help Belizeans recover from the Hurricane Earl. Our brothers BELIZEAN need us more than ever this is the time to support, we wait for 10-18 hrs in the Collection Center Installed in the Cafeteria portals in the new market, we need canned food, water and clothing. Do not miss. 99.7 RADIO STATION BAY OF FRIENDSHIP ... joining Borders..We are Receiving, Water, non-perishable food and what you can bring to our brothers kindly BELIZE, Thanks Fam. Barbosa Cohuo and the taxi driver 88 for their solidarity, Los expect in PORTALES NEW market in Chetumal


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