Tentative List of Missing in the Bahamas After Hurricane Dorian Has 2,500 Names

FREEPORT, Bahamas — An estimated 2,500 people are listed as missing in the Bahamas in Hurricane Dorian’s aftermath, the government said Wednesday. But it cautioned that the names had yet to be checked against the rosters of people evacuated from the devastated islands or staying in shelters.

CNN’s Brian Stelter still keeping an eye out for the next #Sharpiegate

The president is currently on stage at a rally in North Carolina, and telling the assembled crowd that even though their state is probably set to be hit the hardest in the mainland by Hurricane Dorian, “you can take it,” adding, “you’ll be back sooner and better than ever.”

CNN’s #Sharpiegate expert Brian Stelter was on hand, though, to catch Donald Trump in another lie:

In Dorian’s wake, a shattered town haunted by its missing

MARSH HARBOUR, Bahamas — Her husband is missing. She can’t bring herself to say “gone.”

Lynette Dean, a 46-year-old accountant, heard his screams when Hurricane Dorian brought the sea into their living room. That was a week ago, when he cried out in a flood of rushing water that also took half the house.

She spent days looking. Her phone was gone. So she scoured her broken hometown — one that she no longer recognized — on foot. She looked for friends, family, anyone who might have seen her husband.


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