This Story Of A Man Playing His Sax In The Middle Of Irma’s Wreckage Is What We All Need

14 Sep , 2017 World

A few days after Hurricane Irma shredded the small Caribbean island of St. Thomas, Kendra Wagner and some friends took a drive along the mangled roads to take in the damage.

A student driving through a storm-ravaged neighborhood in the US Virgin Islands captured a stranger playing his sax in the middle of the destruction and what happened next will give you some feels.

A few days after Hurricane Irma shredded the small Caribbean island of St. Thomas, Kendra Wagner and some friends took a drive along the mangled roads to take in the damage.

Kendra Wagner

The 20-year-old college sophomore from Wisconsin had just started a semester study abroad program at the University of the Virgin Islands before Irma struck. The school, like most of the US territory, is now destroyed.

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“I’ve never seen so much destruction in my life. It was hard to take it all in,” Wagner told BuzzFeed News after she was evacuated to Puerto Rico, nearly a week after the hurricane bore down.

While driving through Tutu, which was especially decimated by the storm, Wagner was taking photos of the razed neighborhood when she noticed a man playing his saxophone in front of a blown-out apartment building. She was able to record the musician playing as others milled …read more

Source:: BuzzFeed – World

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