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Five people died after Dorian passed through the Bahamas, the island’s prime minister, Hubert Minnis, confirmed Monday.
He said the US Coast Guard was in the Abacos Islands and had already rescued injured people.
“The images we are seeing break the heart,” Minnis said at a press conference. “Many houses and businesses have been completely or partially destroyed,”
Florida waits expectantly
Florida has not been able to breathe with relief because there is still uncertainty about the trajectory of the powerful hurricane Dorian, which moves dangerously near the east coast of the state, said El Nuevo Herald.
According to the 11 pm part of the National Hurricane Center (CNH), with winds of 130 miles per hour and category 4 hurricane force, Dorian will continue to scour Grand Bahama until the morning of Tuesday. Then, it will move “dangerously close to the east coast of Florida at the end of Tuesday and until Wednesday night.”