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The full extent of the devastation brought by Hurricane Dorian is still unfolding. The official death toll has risen to at least 50 and tens of thousands of people remain homeless. The category 5 storm, one of the most powerful to hit the Caribbean on record, brought gusts of more than 200mph and a storm surge of close to 24ft. Nearly 70,000 people were left homeless because of the hurricane. A tentative list of the missing in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian has 2,500 names, officials reportedly said Wednesday.
Hurricane Dorian, Category 5, slams Bahamas with 185 mph winds. It made landfall on Abaco Islands in the Bahamas on Sunday afternoon. The storm was forecast to continue across Grand Bahama Island Sunday night and Monday. Storm surge in some areas of the Bahamas was expected to exceed 10 feet, posing, serious threat to both life and property across much of the northern Bahamas.
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