caymans islands, a small archipelago located in the Indian Ocean, has been experiencing some of the worst flooding ever recorded in the region.
While some locals have been forced to flee their homes, most of the country is still without power and communications, and many people are still without adequate food and water.
As of Thursday, the island was in the middle of a period of unprecedented flooding, with nearly 4 feet of rain falling on the island in the past hour alone.
The torrential rain has also forced a curfew in the area, meaning residents are not allowed to leave the island.
The National Disaster Response Force said it was responding to the disaster, which is expected to continue for several days.
But a spokesman for the governor of Caymans said it is too early to assess the extent of the damage, saying only that the island is “still under water.”
According to CNN, the flooding has caused a huge amount of damage to the island’s infrastructure.
A massive power line collapsed, damaging a road that connects the island to the mainland.
The damage to roads and buildings is likely to cause a delay in the islanders returning to their homes.
CNN reports that some people have been trapped inside their homes as water continues to surge.
Some locals have reportedly been stranded on the beach, unable to return home.
“People are not safe on the beaches because of the flooding,” a man from the island told CNN.
“We can’t go back to the islands because there is no power, and no electricity,” he said.
Some people have also been reported to be trapped on the banks of the Kengo River, a major water source on the islands, and in the streets, which are still under water.
“We are all stranded,” one woman told CNN, adding that her family has been unable to leave their homes on the Island of Cayman because the roads are blocked.
“No one is allowed to go to the beach because it is underwater.
We can’t get out to the streets because of water,” another man told CNN’s Alisyn Camerota.
“The water is coming up our house.”
According the United Nations, Cayman Islands is one of the world’s most densely populated countries, and the island hosts more than 1.2 million people.
The island is located in a region that is home to the Sunda and Mina rivers, which feed into the Indian ocean.
According to the National Disaster Management Authority, there are approximately 30,000 people living in the areas affected by the flooding.
There are approximately 2,200 government employees in the affected areas, and nearly 1,000 private citizens.
The majority of those affected have been sent home, but some people are being held in temporary housing.