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Where Food, Water and Tarps Are Being Distributed

The following are the distribution locations for food, water, tarps and other relief supplies, as of Friday, according to the V.I. Emergency Operations Command:

St. Thomas

— Kirwin Terrace Ballfield;

— Tutu Fire Station;

— Dorothea Fire Station;

— Bordeaux Basketball Court;

— Ft. Christian Parking lot;

— and Hotel Company/ Barbel Plaza Fire Station

St. John

— Cruz Bay;

— Coral Bay.

Residents receive food and water from V.I. Army National Guardsmen in St. John, Sept. 12 (Navy photo by Seaman Jessica Dowell)
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  1. WHAT TIME! I must say, I just relocated to St.Thomas in July, and watching this response with my own eyes is astounding. With No power- how do they know where to go? With no transportation- how does one get relief? With no upgraded android phone- how does one read these articles? This is nonsense. I not only want to speak with Mr. Mapp, I intend to run for a position in the near future to permanently change very apparent issues on this island.

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