Police Officers Depart Antigua to Aid Grenada and St. Vincent Post-Hurricane Beryl


A contingent of police officers departed Antigua around 9 a.m. on Tuesday, heading to Grenada and St. Vincent and the Grenadines.

They traveled aboard two separate coast guard vessels from Barbados and St. Vincent to provide assistance to both countries, which suffered severe damage from Hurricane Beryl.

The Commissioner of Police, Mr. Atlee Rodney, along with other senior officers, was present to see the officers off and wished them well.

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  1. Good luck gentlemen and represent A&B well. Mutual assistance among the islands is always a plus and let’s hope we don’t end up in the crosshairs of a large, powerful storm this season.

    The St. Vincent coastguard vessel departed the port at 12:45 p.m. As of 1:00 p.m., the other vessel was still at the Nevis St. pier.

  2. Why they did not deploy soldiers instead of somebofnpur better special Unit Police Officers.

    With the accelerated increase of gun related robberies and rape, one should have considered who they will send to assist.

    During a crisis it’s important to make good decisions to prevent everyone ending up in an unfortunate position.

  3. Stay safe, superheroes! 🙏🏻 You’re doing Antigua proud offering aid to those affected. Be sure to come back to us in one piece. ❤️

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