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Rebuilding St. John Island, the Caribbean Paradise

Before September 6, 2017, St. John Island was idyllic, with its miles of white sandy beaches, crystal water and beautiful palm trees. The island was a favorite spot for snorkeling and scuba diving, with multiple hiking trails in the national park. It was also a sought after location for wedding ceremonies.

This spectacular Virgin Island with exceptional beaches, great restaurants, relaxing accommodations and breathtaking hikes is now in the process of rebuilding after being devastated by Hurricane Irma.

Irma hit the Virgin Islands as a Category 5 hurricane with top speeds of 150 mph winds. The hurricane drastically changed the landscape of St. John, as winds stripped the foliage off most of the trees. The once lush landscape now looks like a barren wasteland.

Many people lost everything except the clothes on their back. Tommy Young, one of St. John’s approximately 5,000 residents told CBS News, “We’re totally devastated. “We’ve lost homes, we’ve lost roofs. We’ve lost vehicles.”

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Update October 22, 2017

Mother nature is replenishing the hillsides and the beaches are now open. The Governor’s goal is to have power back to 90% of the island by Christmas. Linemen are working diligently to restore power back to the people of St. John. Portions of the island are expected to have power back by mid next week.

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