Man speaks out on the damage hurricanes left in St. Thomas

Vernon Araujo, a development director of a family resource center in St. Thomas, describes the difficulty people in the U.S. Virgin Islands still face in the aftermath of hurricanes.
1:46 | 11/13/17

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Can't imagine that everybody could survive. Here. Not everybody survives which means he can see. Entire walls. And both sides what I had a similar experience and Hugo where Arafat only worse fighting with. The heart and against actual window. Had a rope around and plates on what was. And for a second you might think you're gonna win. But that's not true and so luckily we were able to escape that situation 71. And they were literally sucked from their homes. Which is just pageant you know and imagine the fear. It's you have holding on to a doorknob pulled out a window and literally being meditated. And sucked out of your house with kids these mean is this this is terrified is as terrifying and something that you don't want anybody it have to go through. So understand him and be considered remnants of it I mean. It is it's just been. But this is what's so amazing so this is completely out and then that. It in this group were still live. In this I mean some people that the only. One thing and trying. You know we have us we'll kids fairly. You know people's. Livelihoods of their life you know his and nor are they don't have many options some people who. I guess then. That's a blessed. You know woods. That was my biggest feeling right after the stone relief. Needed you know there are it was a moment when we weren't sure you know when our windows were blown out doors. We didn't know you know when when you really don't know he'd been survive as a very terrible.

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