Dorian in the Bahamas
• Dorian Bahamas
Once a paradise in ruins. At least 30 people died after the most powerful ever recorded hurricane in the Bahamas.
"Dorian", which reached the highest category five with winds up to 260 km / h, hit the Bahamas on September 1st. The hurricane did not cease for a day and a half.
The view from the International Space Station on September 2, 2019. (Photo by Nick Hague | NASA):
"Normally hurricanes come and go in just a few hours. And then he is not going anywhere longer hours. I'm 10 years old tell about hurricanes, and in total they have been doing for 25 years - and I've never seen anything like it "
(Photo Dante Carrer):
The Bahamas - a state on the same island to the north of the Caribbean and Cuba. The archipelago consists of about 700 islands, of which only 30 are inhabited, and has 2000 coral reefs. (Photo Dante Carrer):
Total destruction, 4 September 2019. Abaco Islands are located in the northern part of the Bahamas. (Photo: Gonzalo Gaudenzi):
The destruction in the Bahamas, Sept. 4, 2019. (Photo by Scott Olson):
Of course, the flimsy houses, such a long time can not stand the onslaught of the elements. (Photo by Scott Olson):
The hurricane broke palms. (Photo Dante Carrer):
drifted. Bahamas, Sept. 4, 2019. (Photo by Scott Olson):
Grand Bahama - one of the northern islands of the Bahamas and the nearest large island to the United States, located just 90 km from the coast of Florida. (Photo by Joe Skipper):
The chair flew and flew. (Photo by Ramon Espinosa):
The ship has not survived as well. (Photo by Brendan Smialowski):
Abaco Islands, there is nothing left on September 4, 2019. (Photo by Scott Olson):
A few pictures Dorian hurricane in the Bahamas, taken from the International Space Station: