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- Hurricanes in Paradise
Hurricanes in Paradise – Annie F. Downs
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Minnis said during a news conference. As it approached the Bahamas, the storm grew larger, with winds extending up to 45 miles from the center. Its core was expected to move slowly — at seven m. Reaching sustained wind speeds of m.
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Records go back to Residents hunkered down in schools, churches and other emergency shelters, but there was concern that some would try to brave the storm in their homes. Georges was worried that they would run out of supplies. Georges said in a telephone interview from Nassau, the Bahamian capital.
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Residents in Abaco Island were growing desperate as the storm bore down on them, he said. Frankie Fleuridor, an activist who works with the Haitian community in Marsh Harbour, was worried that not everybody would be able to leave. He said that he had rented hotel rooms for the most vulnerable, but could not afford to do more.
Darren Henfield, the foreign minister and a member of Parliament from Abaco, said that residents of one of the vulnerable neighborhoods in Marsh Harbour, called the Mudd, took advantage of a lull as the storm passed over to leave their damaged homes and seek safety in the main government building. On Grand Bahama Island, residents watched with worry as friends sent videos of the destruction that Dorian inflicted as it crept over the Abaco Islands.
Still unsure of exactly what route the storm would take once it reached Grand Bahama overnight, residents were preparing for the worst.