Caribbean News – A View From Volcano Damaged Owia, St. Vincent


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The La Soufriere volcano in Owia, St. Vincent steams into the air as all around is charred and decimated as seen in this May 4, 2021 image. (NewsAmericasnow.com/Seymour Hinds image)

News Americas, OWIA, St. Vincent, Weds. May 5, 2021: On Tuesday, April 4, 2021, our News Americas News Network crew made our way over to Owia, a town in the red zone and northeast of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines that is close to the ‘La Soufrière’ volcano and which has been impacted greatly from the numerous explosive eruptions that occurred beginning April 9th as it was one of the “high hazard” areas.

Access has been cut off by road so the only way to get there now is by boat. Here’s what it looks like in Owia, St. Vincent days after the La Soufrière stopped explosively erupting, as we accompanied the Invest Caribbean Ritzury executives on their needs assessment and aid mission. Support their aid effort HERE

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The ‘La Soufrière’ volcano is seen visibly steaming from Owia in St. Vincent on May 4, 2021. (NewsAmericasnow.com/Seymour Hinds image)
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Charred land in Owia, St. Vincent on May 4, 2021. (NewsAmericasnow.com/Seymour Hinds image)
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Ash covered street in Owia, St. Vincent. (NewsAmericasnow.com/Seymour Hinds image)
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The only way in to Owia, St. Vincent now is by boat. (NewsAmericasnow.com/Seymour Hinds image)
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Ash covered boats in Owia, St. Vincent. (NewsAmericasnow.com/Seymour Hinds image)
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A man cleans ash from his roof in Owia, St. Vincent on May 4, 2021. (NewsAmericasnow.com/Seymour Hinds image)
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A decimated church in Owia, St. Vincent. (NewsAmericasnow.com/Seymour Hinds image)
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A destroyed home in Owia, St. Vincent. (NewsAmericasnow.com/Seymour Hinds image)
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Owia residents feed hungry animals in St. Vincent on May 4, 2021. (NewsAmericasnow.com/Seymour Hinds image)
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Owia, St. Vincent residents share their stories of survival with News Americas on May 4, 2021. (NewsAmericasnow.com/Seymour Hinds image)
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A carpenter in Owia, St. Vincent shares his story of the eruption of the La Soufriere volcano on April 9, 2021. (NewsAmericasnow.com/Seymour Hinds image)

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