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Airport remains closed

As the tropical disturbance continues to affect Barbados, the Grantley Adams International Airport remains closed.
Government schools and public services also remain closed, pending an all-clear by the authorities.
In the meantime, police report that so far there have been no reports of any incidents related to the bad weather.
However, the country remains under overcast skies, with rain and gusty winds being experienced in some areas.
Local emergency officials continue to warn citizens against venturing out until the all-clear is given.

One Response to Airport remains closed

  1. jrsmith September 28, 2016 at 11:02 am

    Now is the time the government should be installing some cameras all over the airport….


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