He is 55-year old Derek Ragnath, formerly of Mahaica Public Road near the police station.
In a second post, Branson stood in front of the damage looking a bit shellshocked over the devastation on his island.
"So we have maintained and kept law and order on the British Virgin Islands, which at one point could have dramatically threatened the already-unfortunate plight of those who had been hit by the hurricane".
But with an aerial photograph, NASA captured another indication of the storm's devastation - it changed the color of some Caribbean islands. They include Anguilla, St. Martin, Antigua and Barbuda, and St Kitts and Nevis.
May - facing criticism of the British response - insisted that her government's reaction had been "speedy".
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The Royal Navy ship RFA Mounts Bay, carrying engineers, marines and medics, delivered six tonnes of supplies to the British overseas territory and carried out fix work before moving on to the British Virgin Islands.
Barbuda, however, suffered a much worse fate: As reported by the Los Angeles Times, an estimated 95 percent of island houses were damaged or destroyed, and some 1,600 residents were evacuated. The contrast before and after the storm is stark, NASA's Earth Observatory reveals.
The entrepreneur is now helping to coordinate aid and help relief efforts in Puerto Rico. At least five people died in the British territories.
French President Emmanuel Macron is heading to the hurricane-battered region on Tuesday, but Downing Street was "not aware of any plans" for British ministers to visit the Caribbean disaster zone. Some islanders said they had been told that they could expect to be without electricity for months.
But Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson insisted that Britain was responding strongly to an "unprecedented catastrophe".
"We had RFA Mounts Bay in position in the region before the hurricane struck - it would have been totally absurd to bring troops in or bring heavy aircraft during the storm itself".