Lucea Flooded

Lucea, Hanover (McKoy’s News)- Lucea Flooded: Today September 18, 2017, was an unforgettable day in Lucea, Hanover for residents after the great amount of rain that fell. Residents experienced severe flooding. The water was so high that residents were fearful of attempting to cross it.

Since recently, there have been two reported incidents in which flood waters either resulted in death or a near-death experience. One of such incidents involved the heroic save of a young boy in Trench Town by an older gentleman.

The residents of Lucea have expressed their concern over this occurrence. Parents are saying that if it continues to rain they will not be sending their children to school as they are not going to be endangering their children’s lives.

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