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LPG Plant also a concern

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Tightly packed Chattel houses in low income neighborhoods

Notes:

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getting water to the fires is a common problem

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in 2002 there were 159 grass fires and 219 cane fires

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in 2003 there were 129 grass fires and 339 cane fires

AltSource:

Eyre, L.A. 1987. “Fire in the tropical environment.” Jamaica Journal. Vol. 20. No. 1. pp 10-16.

AltSource:

Richardson, B.C. 1997. “Economy and the environment in the Caribbean: Barbados and the windwards in the late 1800s.” University Press of Florida: Gainesville. pp. 294.

Lightning

Date: October 22, 1927

Location: St John (Lightfoot and Risk Plantations)

Cause: Thunderstorm

Source:

Staff. 1960. “Extracts from the Barbadian Newspaper.” TheJournal of the Barbados Museum Historical Society. Vol. 28, No. 1, pp 17.

Lightning

Date: October 24, 1927

Location: Codrington House, St Michael

Cause: Thunderstorm

Source:

Skeete, C.C. 1934. “Weather observations and records in Barbados 1924-33.” The Journal of the Barbados Museum Historical Society. Vol. 1, No. 2, pp 115-136

Lightning

Date: July 4, 1929

Location: St Lucy

Cause: Thunderstorm

Source:

Skeete, C.C. 1934. “Weather observations and records in Barbados 1924-33.” The Journal of the Barbados Museum Historical Society. Vol. 1, No. 2, pp 115-136

Lightning

Date: October 10, 1929

Location: St. John

Cause: Thunderstorm

Source:

Skeete, C.C. 1934. “Weather observations and records in Barbados 1924-33.” The Journal of the Barbados Museum Historical Society. Vol. 1, No. 2, pp 115-136

Lightning

Date: September 20, 1932

Location: St Philip (Crane Hotel)

Cause: Thunderstorm

Source:

Skeete, C.C. 1934. “Weather observations and records in Barbados 1924-33.” The Journal of the Barbados Museum Historical Society. Vol. 1, No. 2, pp 115-136

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