The worst-hit islands are barely habitable after enduring the destructive power of hurricane’s 185mph winds

“We had cars flying over our head, we had 40ft containers flying left and right,” said Knacyntar Nedd, chairwoman of the Barbuda council. “People were literally tying themselves to roofs with ropes to hold them down.”

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