NaDMA has issued the all clear

NaDMA has issued the all clear. St. George’s, Grenada – March 21, 2017 EXERCISE… EXERCISE… EXERCISE…Earlier today, Tuesday March 21, A Six foot (6ft) Tsunami impacted the coast of Sauteurs along the northern part of Grenada towards Grenville and Carriacou resulting in widespread destruction.

However, according to reports of the final bulletin from the Met Office as of three (3) pm the Tsunami Warning Alert is discontinued for Grenada and Carriacou.
NaDMA has further informed that the All Clear has been issued for emergency personnel and residents of the affected areas. However persons should be very cautious when venturing near or around the affected areas and report any persons yet unaccounted for immediately, to the authorities.
Persons are further encouraged to stay away from the impact zone as far as is possible for precautionary safety measures.
NaDMA will continue to monitor the event and provide any updates that are necessary. The Agency continues its efforts to sensitize the general population on all hazards urging the population to continue to be vigilant and prepared.
For addition information, please contact the National Disaster Management Agency (NaDMA) on 440-8390-4 & 440-0838, or email address

Ruth Jacob-Roberts
Sr. Information Officer (Ag.) NaDMA


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