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Bahamas: More than 2,500 people registered as missing after devastating Hurricane Dorian

SBS Wednesday, 11 September 2019 ()
About 2500 people have been registered as missing after Dorian hit the Bahamas but many may be scattered across the islands and in various evacuation centres.
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News video: Hurricane Dorian death toll tops 40, hundreds remain missing

Hurricane Dorian death toll tops 40, hundreds remain missing 02:06

As new death toll of 43 from Hurricane Dorian is confirmed, Bahamas officials warn number will rise 'significantly'.

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