He worried his wife was dead. See the moment he found her.

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He worried his wife was dead. See the moment he found her. 4.5
CNN's Paula Newton reports from the Abaco Islands after being hit by Hurricane Dorian. #CNN #News

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being told to evacuate and haveing no money to leave is what most people face.

Author — Stephen Brown

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I'm so glad his wife is alive. very Heartwarming moment T_T

Author — shaquille mccray

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I felt that. To cry in your husbands arms like that is a heart breaking feeling happy but heartbreaking

Author — Briana Rodriguez

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Well that made me happy to see them reunite!

Author — 18matts

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"It was like an atomic bomb went off."
I saw news coverage pre-hurricane and the newscasters weren't even mentioning the Bahamas but it was obvious it was going to be horrific there. It's unimaginable what they endured for so many hours. It's amazing anyone survived.

Author — I. M.

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THANK GOD SHE IS OK.
LIFE IS SHORT AND PRECIOUS DON'T TAKE IT FOR GRANTED..

Author — Sophie Peraaud

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People DON'T GET that the Bahamas is an ISLAND. It's not a place that everyone can just afford to up and leave. How many friends do u have outside the USA that would provide u shelter??? Personally, I've got zero.

Author — clevelandcbi

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I cry watching, even the reporter cries. The little piece of sunshine is the couple reunited and the elderly man hanging on for his son, I felt that in my heart.

Author — Therese Nydahl

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You've probably heard in a movie or read in a book the phrase "howling wind"
Well, that's what it sounds like. It also sounds like a train is running towards you.
In PR many houses (not all, though) are made of concrete. I placed my hand against my house's wall and I could feel it vibrating with the powerful winds of Hurricane Maria.
There is nothing like the terror you feel against the strength of such a storm.

Author — Ana Perez

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God is tired of all our inequities, imagine what it's going to be like on the day of his return....repent before it's too late....

Author — Sanya Simpson

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Wow, so sorry for the Bahamas. Glad the couple was reunited.

Author — suzi perret

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When I’m older I wanna be loved like that

Author — Billie fan!!!

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0:38 and in that moment I completely lost it. I swear. I cannot stop crying. Thank God his wife is alive. I cannot imagine the pain each one felt not knowing if their partner was dead or not. What these people in his beautiful island have gone thru is way too painful.

Author — Leonaza7

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Please, instead of sending 'hopes and prayers', do something that actually helps and donate money to charities supporting these devastated communities.

Author — Pfffffft

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They will need intensive PTSD treatment in addition to every other type of help.

Author — Christine Stange

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This brings back memories of Katrina. It’s so hard to watch what these people are going through. They have videos from areas where people are still trapped in attics n on rooftops because it’s still flooding in some areas. The damage is much worse then Katrina but at least help is getting there fast

Author — Alisa Johns

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WHAT ABOUT FREEPORT GRAND BAHAMA AND WALKER'S KEY

Author — seanzech312

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I don’t want to see what happened to rich privileged American people, !
I want to hear the stories of the poor Bahamian West Indians who have nowhere
Else to go as the US will not evacuate them, only the obvious Americans and Brits.

Author — AT

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Paula Newton, and Shona thank you for your presence of mind to be willing to show the world your emotions you were honest and real, Abaco won't be forgotten.

Author — Cheryl Sibson

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In Taiwan, houses are made out of reinforced concrete and steel. Nothing gets blown away in the many hurricanes we have. I think they need to start enforcing new building regulations to prevent this from happening again! ANYONE who says climate change isn't happening is delusional!

Author — Jonathan Brady