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Over the past week, an unusual amount of rain has deluged the Caribbean island of Bonaire – including rain from Tropical Storm Tomas. This has resulted in a significant amount of flooding. Currently, no danger exits to TWR's staff or station operations, but according to station manager Joe Barker, if six more inches of rainfall happens it could affect our transmitters there. Please pray for the rain to subside soon.

Attached is a PDF featuring images of the flooding.