PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, July 14 (Reuters)
- Two houses collapsed and a dozen lost roofs as Hurricane Emily ripped
past Trinidad and Tobago on Thursday, where it flooded roads, toppled trees
and knocked out power.
The growing storm, with 90 mph (145 kph)
winds, also pounded nearby Grenada, where residents were still trying to
rebuild from the devastation of Hurricane Ivan last September.
In energy-rich Trinidad and Tobago, rivers
in the capital, Port of Spain, and in central Trinidad, broke their banks
as Emily dropped up to 8 inches (20 cm) of rain along its path through