Storm-torn Bahamas struggles to recover as death toll rises
Storm-torn Bahamas struggles to recover as death toll rises Storm-torn Bahamas struggles to recover as death toll risesLooking at what Dorian Left Behind it’s hard to believe, anyone survived some areas like Marsh Harbor, leveled official, say hundreds are still missing, likely bear under Rubble or water to do what they can to help. Survivors 70,000 are in need of water, food and shelter. People right here on the ground International Help is coming through agencies like Canadian days Global medic. Even cruise ships are bringing in AIDS some making thousands of meals to feed, exhausted survivors, others taking more than a thousand people to Florida, as others. Wait for flights to the capital. Thumb are expressing anger at the way their government is handling the disaster, especially in the worst-hit region of avocado and and billions of dollars. A week after Hurricane Dorian hammered the Bahamas with Category 5 ferocity, the urgency to get aid to the worst-hit areas grows.
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