By David Dawson
Baptist and Reflector
FRANKLIN — Although two months have passed since the Caribbean island of Dominica was besieged by Hurricane Maria, the after effects are still visible and prevalent.
It is estimated that 90 percent of Dominica’s structures were damaged or destroyed in September by the Category 5 hurricane, which claimed at least 28 lives and caused billions of dollars in damage. The storm produced winds of 160 mph, and stripped the island of much of its vegetation. [Read more…]