Dead bodies are visible in the rubble days after Hurricane Dorian swept ashore as a Category 5 storm, reports Steve Harrigan.
Officials in Bahamas say the final death count could be staggering. At least 30 people were killed and hundreds missing. Women and children were evacuated first from Abaco, Bahamas. The women and children were evacuated first onto boats without permission to carry any belongs.
Next people begin to worry about cholera — a greater risk with unrecovered dead bodies, contaminated water and contaminated food supplies.
Marsh Harbour was ground zero when Hurricane Dorian hit the Bahamas. One week later, amid rubble and human remains, Bahamians grow desperate and frustrated because nobody came to help up to one week after the disaster.
“Grand Bahama, right now … is dead,” says a local who has given up hope on seeing his island return to what it once was, and describes not seeing a government official in one week. CNN’s Patrick Oppmann reports.
CNN captures moment husband and wife realized each other were alive in the Abaco Islands after Hurricane Dorian.
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