Sirens went off in the morning. Screams around the city rang and could be heard all the way to Domais. The other nearby cities could also be heard from Port-au-Prince. This island took decades to recover from the massive earthquake all of those years ago. However, this would be something bigger. Heavy winds and heavy rains shook the land.
The YNN World Newsroom showed that a storm bigger than none other that the African Strand has ever witnessed was coming and it was coming quickly. The eye of the storm was close and in the Onio Sea-Arctic Ocean Crossover that the African Strand sat on.
There was no moment to waste. Every moment was priceless. It was lives of over 10 million people on the island at stake. Everyone had to stay calm. No moment of panic would be able to be gotten back. A loud boom was heard. It was coming. Everyone on the island was in position for the worst. The storm was coming. Trees fell over. So did powerlines and some buildings. The full fury of the hurricane now was unleashed on the island. People waited in homes anxiously and nervously.