Residents of the tiny British territory begin to pick up the pieces after multiple hurricanes, and life returns to an uneasy mix of the brutal and the banal

Dawn over the British Virgin Islands (BVI) brought with it the final blows of Hurricane Maria – the second category 5 hurricane to assault the islands in two weeks.

Winds of 50 to 60mph still whipped up the steep slopes and waves continued to batter the islands’ southern shores after another night of hurricane-force winds.

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