Photos: Aftermath Of Hurricane Gonzalo

October 19, 2014

[Updated with more photos] With Hurricane Gonzalo making its way northeast of Bermuda, the task of restoring the island is now underway, with various damage visible across the island.

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However, the island has definitely sustained damage island-wide, with the full extent to become clear later today. We will continue to update this post with additional photos as they come in during the day. If you have photos, please feel free to email us at info@bernews.com.

For all our coverage of Hurricane Gonzalo click here, and for our live blog where we are bringing you continuous live coverage of Hurricane Gonzalo click here.

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  1. Kyrie says:

    Is the airport operating today or all flights are already cancelled? Thanks

    • dtg says:

      Before the hurricane they said the airport would be shut the 17th and 18th..( all these flights were cancelled) now it all depends on how much damage they occured

    • Derek A. G. Jones says:

      Kylie, I believe it has been declared the airport will remain closed until sometime tomorrow. They are assessing the state of the runways as well as the buildings.

  2. Hi Bermuda glad we still alive praise to everyone for standing tall during our hurricane crisis, Give thanks and praise!!

  3. Bernews Thank’s for the updates and the photo’s, Thankful that in-spite of the damages we have no lost of life and we have once gain survived a serious hurricane.

  4. Wanderer says:

    Thank you so much, BerNews, for providing such great coverage before, during and after Gonzalo. You are always my “go to” source for what is going on. Great job, always!

    Am so thankful that nobody was seriously hurt or died during the storm. It will be a long haul before things are back to normal, but that strong Bermudian spirit will prevail.

  5. Jane Price says:

    I had the Port webcam on the computer screen for hours watching the storm and seeing the stark contrast to the weather during my visit. Thank you to the person or persons operating the camera. It really shows the dangerous power of a hurricane.
    I’m so impressed with the good outcome due to building codes, preparations, people heeding the warnings and the community spirit. It is a stellar example to those of us who live in other hurricane-prone areas.
    Best wishes to you all in the recovery efforts. And congratulations to the new parents of the hurricane baby.

  6. Susan Long says:

    I was worried about my family. I hope everyone is safe.
    Thank you ,Bernews.com for providing photos.

  7. Keg k says:

    Great job Bernews!!! You are have the best reports!

  8. MAKE MY DAY says:

    Excellent job with all the pics of damage in general Bernews!! For a 2 person operation – I must admit that you do a damn-good-job!!

  9. Carl Ali says:

    Hi All
    The very best of wishes for resuming back to normal, many thanks for the updates, especially the photos
    warm greetings from Brisbane Australia

  10. Andrine P says:

    Hi Everyone

    Glad to know this was not as eventful as Fabian. Every Praise unto our God,the winds were downgraded. Great God!!. Hope things will be restored soon as hands and shoulders are put together for this effort. Be safe. One Love.

    Greetings Florida