Hurricane Dorian wreaks havoc on Bahamas

Dorian wreaked havoc in the Caribbean country Bahamas on Monday and killed five people. The storm is now moving towards Florida, USA.

Hurricane Dorian wreaks havoc on Bahamas

Cyclone Dorian is wreaking havoc. Dorian wreaked havoc in the Caribbean country Bahamas on Monday and killed five people. Bahamas Prime Minister Hubert Minis said the storm caused unprecedented devastation in the Abaco Islands. He said that now our focus is on rescue work.

The government confirmed at least one death. However, it is being told that more people may die in it. The Royal Bahamas Police Force has confirmed that five people have died in Abaco

North Abaco Foreign Minister Darren Henfield said that we have reports of many deaths. We have reports of bodies seen. We cannot confirm those reports until we go out and find ourselves. Thousands of homes in the Bahamas were damaged by this most dangerous fifth-grade hurricane. A portion of the island of Abaco is submerged.

Heading to florida

It is being told that the storm is now moving towards Florida in America. Amidst uncertainty about the storm, the Southeast US states of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina have ordered people to move to safer places in the coastal areas. Its speed was 295 kilometer per hour till Sunday night.

Surprising pictures taken from Dorian's satellite also surfaced. Dorian is seen moving towards the coast of America. This is the second strongest storm in the Atlantic so far.

The US National Weather Service said that the picture released on social media indicates heavy destruction by wind and sea waves. The weather service warned of waves of 18 to 23 feet high. The Miami-based National Hurricane Center (NHAC) reported that winds are moving at a speed of about 220 miles per hour and that there is no hope of weakening as the storm passes over the Grand Bahamas.