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Snapped trees, dilapidated homes: widespread damage in Marsh Harbour

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Snapped trees, dilapidated homes and smashed cars stand out among the debris in Marsh Harbour following Hurricane Dorian. Bahamas authorities have updated the death toll to 50 with the number expected to climb, local media reports, as thousands are evacuated from the archipelago's hardest-hit islands. IMAGES

Added on the 10/09/2019 17:50:14 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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