VIDEO: Aftermath From Hurricane Dorian Shows Complete Devastation In Grand Bahama
By Space Coast Daily // September 3, 2019
runway at Grand Bahama Island's international airport looked like an ocean
ABOVE VIDEO: Devastating images show Dorian ravaging the Bahamas.
(CBS NEWS) – The prime minister of the Bahamas said parts of his country, which is just 200 miles southeast of Florida, were in “the midst of a historic tragedy.” Hurricane Dorian was stuck in place over the island nation, pounding the northern Bahamas for nearly 48 hours.
Reports from the country were dire – and the pictures tell the catastrophic story.
The runway at Grand Bahama Island’s international airport looked like an ocean.
Dorian has ravaged the Bahamas with torrential rains and wind gusts over 220 mph. According to the Red Cross, an estimated 13,000 homes were damaged or destroyed.
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A pair of submerged vehicles are seen in Freeport, Bahamas, on Tuesday after Hurricane Dorian caused catastrophic damage and flooding in the area.
(Photo: Ramon Espinosa/AP) pic.twitter.com/zApH9Mh1cj
— NBC News (@NBCNews) September 3, 2019
Listen to this pilot, flying over Abaco in the Bahamas, listing what’s “gone” because of Hurricane Dorian pic.twitter.com/MwhAeiI8cl
— David Begnaud (@DavidBegnaud) September 3, 2019
Aerial footage shows the devastating impact of Hurricane Dorian on The Bahamas, where the storm wreaked havoc for nearly two days, as it came to a virtual standstill over Grand Bahama. https://t.co/eGnmjWt0CI pic.twitter.com/6BokSswiTu
— ABC News (@ABC) September 3, 2019
— WESH 2 News (@WESH) September 3, 2019
#USCG Air Station #Clearwater helicopter crews, forward-deployed to #AndrosIsland, are conducting medical evacuations in support of search and rescue and humanitarian aid in the #Bahamas following #HurricaneDorian. More info & imagery here: https://t.co/asAjnsQVPU #USCGDorian pic.twitter.com/BF46yBS2FJ
— USCGSoutheast (@USCGSoutheast) September 3, 2019
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