Firemen and military personal from Antigua arrive on September 23, 2017 at the Douglas Charles Airport in Dominica. Rescue efforts continue after Hurricane Maria inflicted catastrophic damages with at least 15 deaths in this Caribbean island.
Firemen and military personal from Antigua arrive on September 23, 2017 at the Douglas Charles Airport in Dominica. Rescue efforts continue after Hurricane Maria inflicted catastrophic damages with at least 15 deaths in this Caribbean island. Jose Jimenez Getty Images
Firemen and military personal from Antigua arrive on September 23, 2017 at the Douglas Charles Airport in Dominica. Rescue efforts continue after Hurricane Maria inflicted catastrophic damages with at least 15 deaths in this Caribbean island. Jose Jimenez Getty Images

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