Beetham/Picton councillor Akil Audain said he felt hurt after floodwater was splashed on him by Beetham Gardens burgesses.
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Wesley Elliot, left, and his friend visited ANSA McAL’s, headquarters at Tatil Building, Maraval Road, Port-of-Spain to deliver cases of water to the ANSA McAL’s Family First-Hurricane Relief drive.
Sharon Balroop, ANSA McAL’s Group Corporate Communications Manager, right, receives the donation on behalf of the Group.
The ANSA McAL Group is mobilising its workforce as well as citizens of T&T and Caribbean territories in which they operate to contribute towards the hurricane relief effort to assist the affected islands.
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