New Mobile Homes for Crooked Island and Long Island

By: Bahamas Information Services

NASSAU, The Bahamas — NEMA and Social Services earmark four RV Mobile Homes for Crooked Island to assist persons whose homes were completely destroyed by Hurricane Joaquin; and three trailer homes for families in Long Island. The trailers are expected to leave by mailboat on Thursday and to be in the designated Islands by the weekend.  Touring the RVs were Captain Stephen Russell, Director of NEMA, and Barbara Burrows, National Recovery and Reconstruction Unit.  Touring the Trailers Captain Stephen Russell, Director of NEMA ,Barbara Burrows, National Recovery and Reconstruction Unit and Don Gray, Director of Logistics for NEMA.  (BIS Photos/Letisha Henderson)

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