King Charles sends condolence message to those affected by Hurricane Beryl

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King Charles has sent a message of condolence to those affected by Hurricane Beryl in the Caribbean.

The King’s message said:

“My family and I have been profoundly saddened to learn of the dreadful destruction caused by Hurricane Beryl across the Caribbean.  Above all, we send our heartfelt condolences to the friends and families of those who have so cruelly lost their lives.

“I have seen the extraordinary spirit of resilience and solidarity that people across the Caribbean have shown in response to such destruction – a spirit which has been called upon too often – and so I also send my particular gratitude to the emergency services and volunteers who are supporting the rescue and recovery efforts.

“At this most difficult of times, please know that our most special thoughts and prayers are with all those whose lives, livelihoods and property have been so utterly devastated.”

Hurricane Beryl is shattering storm records and the strongest storm this early in a year in the Caribbean. It has left widespread damage in Barbados, Jamaica, St. Vincent and Grenadines, among other countries. At least seven people have been killed.

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