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House in danger

By Elizabeth Williams

The home of Keston Werdally of Mt. St. George Tobago is in danger of collapse. Werdally said he is concerned about the state of his home because he lives with his mother. The Tobago Emergency Management Agency has visited his home and done an assessment, however, he is hoping additional help comes soon.

"With the heavy winds and rains that occurred recently, the house actually shake with the wind. The constant water has now caused racks in the earth, so there is a landslide also," Werdally said.

Werdally said he does not sleep well at nights because he is fearful the home could cave in at any time.

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Anonymous said on Monday, Jan 2 at 4:46 PM

Werderly, please try and help your mother and yourself for God sake. The Government don’t have a dog in this fight.

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Bethanytothebone said on Monday, Jan 2 at 2:16 PM

Werdally, please try and help yourself and your mother for God sake. The Government nor I don’t have a dog in this fight.

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