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First-hand look at the devastation in Bahamas from Hurricane Dorian | ABC News



Up to 10,000 people in Abaco are in need of food, water and shelter as rescue teams search for survivors.

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  1. 0:58. Paper towels being handed out…where was Trump. Handing out paper towels is about all he is qualified to do. But maybe the second coming of Christ can wave his magic sharpie and all this devastation will go away.

  2. Shouldn't people have been evacuated before Dorian hit?

  3. there is over 10,000 dead check it out.

  4. And now America just let in 100,000 more illegals

  5. Maybe they should have some kind of actual building codes there,almost all of the houses are shacks with 2×4 and plywood

  6. Got to be so many bodies buried in that mess

  7. How will Nassau be able to handle the mass migration until the Bahamas is rebuilt. What is the population of Nassau?

  8. BARUCH CHAPTER 4 27 Take courage, my children, call on God: he who brought this on you will remember you.

    28 As by your will you first strayed from God, so now turn back and search for him ten times harder;

    29 for as he has been bringing down those disasters on you, so will he rescue you and give you eternal joy.

    30 Take courage, Jerusalem: he who gave you your name will console you.

    31 Disaster will come to all who have ill-treated you and gloated over your fall.

    32 Disaster will come to the cities where your children were slaves; disaster to whichever one received your children,

  9. 😂😂😂😂😂😂 Fuck you USA from old friend Pakistan.

  10. Funny Guam goes thru two typhoons a year and you hear nothing about it….Why, because their houses and people prepared. No house built right on water and buildings are concrete block with most power lines buried. Yet some where like the Caribbean (Puerto Rico and Bahamas or even Florida) it’s like a national emergency.

  11. Rebuild u say!? I would not know where to start. Might as well just leave . Sad…

  12. They are in our hearts & prayers at this time stay strong✌

  13. "When there is blood in the water it's a good time to buy" if you got some cash.. go buy

  14. what the fuck is the Bahamian govt doing to help?? mostly nothing all the help is coming from the USA they should start taking more people off those islands bring them to some of the other islands not effected by the storm …

  15. They did the same thing in Dade County, Florida after hurricane Andrew (Aug 24, 1992) when an estimated 6,000 – 10,000 died (official death toll 22). The forecaster said hurricane Andrew would miss overnight. Residents went to sleep when 350+ mph winds slammed into them – 230 mobile homes along with 9,140 apartments had vanished off the face of the Earth (414,000 people lived there, many died that night).

    Ice trucks went in, the military ensured no one else got in and the injured were left to die (no treatment/water/food), then collected for disposal. Body parts and bodies were then put into make shift incinerators after temporarily being stored in ice and refrigerator trucks. Most people were washed out to the ocean and never seen again so the collected bodies were only a small part of the real death toll (many migrants in that area).

    A Chief Petty Officer stated, "5,280-something" bodies were confiscated by the United States National Guard. In addition to this, the Coast Guard independently confiscated "1,500 bodies" from the lakes and surrounding waters. There's many other bodies (and parts) recovered by other Federal agencies.

    Also there's the Turkey Point nuclear disaster cover-up – when Andrew also slammed into the nuclear plant there and caused significant damage. Many injuries were radiation based.

    They are doing the same in the Bahamas right now, IMO. Closed off area, injured not being treated (no water, food) until they die, body parts and bodies being recovered to be disposed of, official death toll will be very low (fake).

    People need to learn PERSONAL RESPONSIBILITY – what happened in Dade Country Florida and the Bahamas is often how governments work. They are not your friend or there to help.

  16. Many hurricanes will hit the whole Middle East very near,and millions of people will die!

  17. The Bahamas government has stopped people going in! It’s absolutely devastating! How much water did you bring when you went there! It’s horrifying!

  18. I see God's working overtime to make sure people cut down on CO2 production..
    He want to help out by destroying countries.
    He doesn't want these people to rebuild and live a useless first work life.
    And other first work CO2 producing countries want to now use their CO2 produced money to rebuild what God has wiped clean.
    Just leave these now third world countries to live as God wants them to
    As third class people who are saving his planet

  19. I just don’t understand why people live where shit like this happens like Florida, Texas and North Carolina

  20. R.I.P Everyone Who Died They Never Deserved to Die Especially in That Way 😭😭😭😭😭 And I Hope the Victims Family's And Friends Recover 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏 And I Hope Everyone Who got Hurt Recovers 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏

  21. Maybe your news outlet can send an address for where we can send donations to the Clinton Foundation for these ruined souls.

  22. So heartbreaking. I appreciate the reporting because people need to understand the mental and emotional toll this is taking on those people.

  23. where are the white men to help us?

  24. Its crazy my wife and i was just here in June it was so beautiful, the people here are so amazing.To see this its just breaks my heart my prays are with the Bahamas.

  25. I've heard over 70,000 died so that would make this news report a gross under exaggeration!

  26. What future holds for them
    What life will be like without a home
    What destiny and fate shall they take
    What's it gonna be like when they comeback knowing that everything is gone but not forgotton.

  27. This is sad. I'm surprised that the evacuation efforts are happening after the storm, not before.

  28. God Father Energy Supreming protect all in the worlds.

  29. Please prayerfully it's really protect , we will be in prayerfully 6.5 k in YouTube channel and not touching Puerto Rico and Florida for sure this.

  30. It is all fake news, there is no climate change and there was no hurricane. Just left-wing environmentalists propaganda … Let's drive more car, burn more fossil fuel, eat more meat and utilize the very last nature reservations for commercial interests.

  31. The areas in the Bahamas destroyed by Dorian (Abacos, Marsh) were coincidentally occupied by Haitian Immigrants living in shanty towns. Haitians whom the Bahamian government have tried to rid the islands of for a long time. Controversy has been circling these areas regarding how to get rid of the Haitians so that redevelopment of these areas can commence. Perfect storm for an immoral cause. Think. Follow the money. Geo €ng¡n€€ring at its best/worst. W@ke μp.

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