Team India Stranded In Barbados As Hurricane Beryl Intensifies
By CricShots - Jul 1, 2024 7:00 pm
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The Indian cricket team finds itself stranded in Barbados after Hurricane Beryl struck the Caribbean island on Monday morning. Originally, the team’s itinerary included a flight to New York, followed by a connecting flight to Dubai, and finally a return to India. They were scheduled to depart from Barbados on Monday at 11 am. However, the departure was delayed due to Beryl, which has intensified from a Category 3 to a Category 4 hurricane, making it extremely dangerous.

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Team India stick in Barbados

Along with the Indian team, several journalists from India, who had traveled to cover the T20 World Cup in the Caribbean, are also stuck in Barbados. As the hurricane hit the island, these journalists have been sharing visuals of the ongoing scenario on social media.

Veteran sports journalist Vimal Kumar posted a video on the microblogging site X on Monday, showing heavy downpours and strong winds in Barbados. He mentioned that the chances of the team’s departure are slim due to the extremely bad weather conditions.

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Other journalists from India have also shared videos and pictures from Barbados, depicting the severe weather caused by the hurricane. These posts provide a real-time glimpse into the situation on the island.


Reports suggest that it is currently uncertain whether the team and journalists will be able to board their flight, as the hurricane has prompted preparations for a shutdown at Bridgetown airport. Hurricane warnings are in effect for Barbados, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadine Islands, Grenada, and Tobago.

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The National Hurricane Center has indicated that Beryl is expected to remain an extremely dangerous major hurricane as it reaches the Windward Islands on Monday morning (local time). It is forecasted to produce 3 to 6 inches of rain across Barbados and the Windward Islands through Monday.

As Beryl’s core moves through the Windward Islands into the eastern Caribbean, it is anticipated to maintain its status as an extremely dangerous major hurricane, posing significant risks to the regions in its path.