2,500 people missing in wake of hurricane Dorian

2,500 people missing in wake of hurricane Dorian

2,500 people have been registered as ’missing’ by officials in the island nation of the Bahamas, in the wake of the destruction caused by Hurricane Dorian. However, officials have also said that the list could also include names of people staying in shelters, and hence the actual number might be lesser. Nearly 50 people have died since the storm battered the nation on September 1.

H.R. Pufnstuf
H.R. Pufnstuf 8 months

Might want to check out the Clintons for missing people.

Little Scar
Little Scar 8 months

Maybe they travelled northwest?

John W
John W 8 months

yea they came to the US. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/sep/11/bahamian-evacuees-florida-hurricane-dorian For the 1,435 weary Hurricane Dorian evacuees from the Bahamas who disembarked the Grand Celebration liner

Star Alien
Star Alien 8 months

Global warming is fun

IvoryDove 8 months

If you live in hurricane country, build your house out of concrete and well above the waterline. If you live in wildfire country like I do, you remove fuel from around your home and outbuildings. It's common sense. Yet people live in absolutely predictable danger, then cry for everyone to bail them out when the probable finally occurs. Stupidity is a huge problem.

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