A volunteer on the devastated island of Barbuda tearfully recounted how a 2-year-old child was ripped from the arms of its caregiver by Irma’s powerful winds, killing the tot. Eli Fuller of the neighboring island of Antigua said he and his team boated to the stricken Caribbean isle in rough waters with 4,500 pounds worth...
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