With communications still sketchy on many Caribbean islands smashed by Hurricane Irma, it requires a view from space to take in the magnitude of the destruction from one of the most powerful storms to form in the Atlantic. Image after image, stretching from Barbuda in the east to Turks and Caicos in the west, shows devastation on a scale that will certainly take years and billions of dollars to rebuild and surely will never be forgotten by those who endured it firsthand. Nearly three dozen people died throughout the Caribbean. Satellite imagery captured in the past few days puts the ruin in perspective: Codrington, Barbuda The morning after the storm passed the island nation of Antigua and Barbuda, Gov. Gaston Browne issued a statement thanking God...
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Before And After: Satellite Images Show Irma's Caribbean Destruction