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ST. JOHN WITHOUT POWER, BUT INTACT

Reports over local radio stations indicate though St. John was without power, there was little structural damage from Hurricane Lenny.
Iris Kern, talk show host for WVWI, told Radio One, she had surveyed the island and found boulders and trees in the roads, but said she saw no major damage.
Lenny remains stalled between the Virgin Islands and the island of St. Maarten as of publication time, according to Roy Ward, meteorologist for Radio One.

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Reports over local radio stations indicate though St. John was without power, there was little structural damage from Hurricane Lenny.
Iris Kern, talk show host for WVWI, told Radio One, she had surveyed the island and found boulders and trees in the roads, but said she saw no major damage.
Lenny remains stalled between the Virgin Islands and the island of St. Maarten as of publication time, according to Roy Ward, meteorologist for Radio One.