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Heavy rains lashed Jamaica recently.
Gladstone Taylor / Photographer

Members from the nearby community clear the block drained of rocks, mud and other debris on Barbican Avenue
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Nathaniel Stewart/Freelance Photographer
Harbour View Bridge

"Mi live a Nine Mile, outer Bull Bay, Mi naa sleep a town!" This is the words of Jah Clive who stated that he knows the River and is a very good swimmer. He was however persuaded by onlookers that  trying to cross the river at the mouth was not a good idea. Jah Clive stated that the persons around  broke his spirit and drive fear into him. He further stated that at times you have to give a listening ear to person who seem to have your best interest at heart. He was among scores of persons who gather on the banks of Hope River after the bridge collapse following heavy rains associated with Tropical Storm Nicole. Jah Clive was among at lease three individuals whom the Gleaner saw making attempts to cross the Hope River in the vicinity of the collapse Harbour View Bridge.
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Robert Lalah photo
Flood waters along a section of the Mandela Highway rendered half of the major roadway impassable, yesterday. Traffic backed up for miles during peak hours as four lanes were reduced to two, leading to hours-long delays.
Robert Lalah photo                                                           
Flood waters along a section of the Mandela Highway rendered half of the major roadway impassable, yesterday. Traffic backed up for miles during peak hours as four lanes were reduced to two, leading to hours-long delays.
Ian Allen/Photographer
A backhoe clears a huge boulder from a landslide during heavy rains from Tropical Storm Nicole that  blocked section Manning Hills road in Upper St.Andrew.
Ian Allen/Photographer
Two motor vehicles in the Mannings Hill gully after they wash over the gully during heavy rains associated with Tropical Storm Nicole on Wednesday night.
Ian Allen/Photographer
Two motor vehicles in the Mannings Hill gully after they wash over the gully during heavy rains associated with Tropical Storm Nicole on Wednesday night.
Ian Allen/Photographer
Scene where stone wall collapsed on a hut killing three men in Norbrook area of Upper St. Andrew on wednesday night.
Ian Allen/Photographer
Scene where stone wall collapsed on a hut killing three men in Norbrook area of Upper St. Andrew on wednesday night.
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