Four people are feared dead and an unknown number injured after
Hurricane Fabian, the most powerful storm to hit Bermuda in
decades, roared across the British colony Friday night. Lt. Wayne
Caines, spokesman for the British Army's Bermuda Regiment, told ANN
the airport at St. Georges was closed and would remain so until an
assessment team could scour the facility for wreckage and
Caines told ANN winds of up to 120 nautical miles an hour tore
at the island's airport. He said the roof of the country's
emergency operations center was blown off by the storm.
Two police officers and two civilians were reportedly swept from
the road that connects the airport to the main island into the sea.
"The surge and debris are making it incredibly difficult to do
search and rescue operations," said Bermuda government spokesman