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2014 Damage Reports

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These reports are not intended to be for up to the minute information, rather for future reference.

Hurricane Gonzalo, Oct. 13th through 17th

  • Bermuda: 31,200 homes lost power at height of Gonzalo. East End airport had a small patch of roof missing over the entrance, while St. George's Seventh Day Adventist Church had lost part of its roof. The roof at the Visitor Centre in St. George's was damaged and the White Horse Tavern lost its roof. Hurricane Gonzalo caused substantial damage to Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo - including tearing the roof off an exhibit and serious coastal erosion.
  • Saint Martin: 1 killed, 87 year old man riding out hurricane in a boat. 37 boats destroyed, but overall minor damage to infrastructure.

Tropical Storm Fay, Oct. 12th

  • Bermuda: Many trees down. At one point nearly 30,000 without power as the island is lashed by gusts to 82mph.

Hurricane Arthur, Jul. 4th

  • Morehead City, North Carolina area: Boats of various size drag anchor, piling up either together or along the shore on Taylors Creek and Town Creek in Beaufort. 13,199 Carteret County customers were without power
  • North Carolina Outer Banks: Highway 12 was submerged under several feet of water Friday morning with some road buckled. As of Friday morning, more than 41,000 customers in North Carolina were without power, State Emergency Operations spokesman Rick Martinez said. Carteret County had 11,000 outages, the most of any county, he said.
  • Canadian Maritimes: Morning of July 5th: 120km winds and 120,000 without power.