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Event: TC Tropical Cyclone
Number: 2004-000089
Country: GRD Grenada
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Date (YMD): 2004-9-8
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Information Source:CDERA (Caribbean Disaster Emergency Responce Agency) Situation Report
Comments: The Capital of St Georges suffered incalculable damage.The main hospital was damaged as well as some shelters. The people in those shelters were moved to others. The population in public shelters is 1,000 and climbing.
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TC-2004-000089----
Tropical Cyclone,(Non-Localized): Tropical Storm IVAN, AT 11 AM AST...1500Z...THE CENTER OF TROPICAL STORM IVAN WAS LOCATED NEAR LATITUDE 9.6 NORTH...LONGITUDE 32.9 WEST OR ABOUT 745 MILES...1200 KM...SOUTHWEST OF THE CAPE VERDE ISLANDS. IVAN IS MOVING TOWARD THE WEST NEAR 18 MPH...30 KM/HR...AND THIS GENERAL MOTION IS EXPECTED TO CONTINUE FOR THE NEXT 24 HOURS.

TC-2004-000089-BRB
Tropical Cyclone,Barbados: There was island wide power outage except for the major health care facility, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Power is being restored to the island. More than 221 houses damaged particularly in the southern part of the island in the parishes of Christ Church, St Philip, and St Michael. Some utility poles are down and some areas are without landline telephone service. All cellular services are operational. There are also reports of coastal damage associated with storm surge. Water supply remains functional. One death in Barbados cannot be confirmed as attributed to Hurricane Ivan at this time.

TC-2004-000089-TTO
Tropical Cyclone,Trinidad & Tobago: In Tobago 14 villages reported damage, 33 homes reported either total or partial roof damage, utility down across many areas of the island. The International Federation of the Red Cross in Trinidad reports that damage has been concentrated in the northern part of the island Charlotteville and Speyside are without power at this time, as are some other areas.

TC-2004-000089-VCT
Tropical Cyclone,Saint Vincent & The Grenadines: More than 1, 000 people in shelters. Power is down island wide. Storm surge inundated coastal areas and destroyed 19 homes from which 63 were evacuated and are now part of the 1,000 in public shelters. More than 40 other homes were damaged. Areas which sustained most damage were Georgetown, Canaries, and Argyle. The hospital on Union Island lost it roof.

TC-2004-000089-LCA
Tropical Cyclone,Saint Lucia: Two people injured while trying to repair a roof. They are hospitalized. No fatalities reported. Minor roof damage reported. The Dennery Police Station had to be relocated from its coastal location. No damage to roads has been reported. Electricity is off in one area where lines were sparking. Power to the areas was disconnected by the electricity supply company. Water supply is locked off in some areas. Phone service is up in all areas.

TC-2004-000089-JAM
Tropical Cyclone,Jamaica: More than 500,000 people were evacuated and are now being housed in 21 shelters across six parishes.

TC-2004-000089-USA
Tropical Cyclone,United States: Ivan killed at least 40 people in the United States.