What Abaco Islands in the Bahamas look like after Hurricane Dorian

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What Abaco Islands in the Bahamas look like after Hurricane Dorian 4.5
Hurricane Dorian devastated the Bahamas. This is what the Abaco Islands look like after the Category 5 storm.

Video by Al Diaz & Marta Oliver Craviotto/Miami Herald
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Just when we decide we are big, nature comes to remind us how small we truly are.
-- Franklin Roosevelt

UNFILTERED UNAPOLOGETIC TRUTH🕇🇺🇸

Author — J Pennington

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This breaks my heart. It's a hard thing to lose your home, even harder to lose loved ones.

Author — Debbie Hines

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Sometimes you gotta appreciate the little you may have. Because alot of people would love to be in your shoes.

Author — Ernest Major

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The equivalent of a F3 tornado sitting on top of you for 36 hours. Horrible.

Author — Q&N&I&J&J&B

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This makes me realize something.we are nothing in thiz world.its only when we see disaster like this we take on another view of life

Author — manwell ambrose

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God bless them all. Heartbreaking. I spend my happiest days in the Abacos, and I always said and believed "IT'S BETTER IN THE BAHAMS!" This just rips my heart to bits. Please help, donate, give what you can....

Author — Matt Bracken

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The Bahamas a dream place to live but... this can happen and it breaks my heart to see people with nothing left.

Author — Jcistheboss123 ,

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That’s an awful feeling and reality to loose your home and personal items too something we need to survive. Water and oxygen

Author — Johnny Exama

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I've never seen such widespread devistation. It looks like a war zone. I've been praying for the people in the Bahamas. I pray the logistics are worked out and that the people are getting food, water, and medical care.

Author — Southern Charm

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I'm praying for the Bahamian people. May God bless them and give them strength to endure!

Author — Jesus is coming back soon

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I have been to Marsh Harbor and Treasure Key multiple times. Been to Freeport SO many times. I was in a hurricane last time I was in Freeport and there was so much destruction, but nothing near like this. My heart hurts for the people of the Bahamas and for my friends there.

Author — Sportschick

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To lose everything! Your home, your neighborhood, your loved ones! Everything that you knew, everything that you know of on a day to day basis -- your whole life turned into Rubble! I can't even imagine it. I can't even begin to know the sorrow.

Author — Fluorcyl

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Well the UK 🇬🇧 NEEDS TO STEP UP AND HELP ...

Author — Mister Sturm

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The Anguish. Oh My God, the Anguish.

Author — Doris White

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So sad total devastation God bless I hope they can make a good recovery

Author — Robert Duran

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This is similar to the Typhone Yolanda in the Philippines, . Praying to all the affected on this Hurricane.

Author — charis gonzaga

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Diaz i have seen your work before "awesome" Thank you..Although.I stop reading the Herald Fake & Bias! But I do appreciate your work!

Author — Jesse Revilla

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Wow. Most of the comments are disgusting and lack class consciousness.

Author — Lucien

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FATHER YAH please blessed them to recover amun

Author — vgs life

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Pictures speak louder than words. So terribly sad.
It will be imperative that recovery operations start very soon .... if not, situation will deteriorate even further.

Author — Christine Stange