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1,300 still missing in hurricane-hit Bahamas: officials

Terra Daily Friday, 13 September 2019
Miami (AFP) Sept 12, 2019

Some 1,300 people are still unaccounted for in the Bahamas following Hurricane Dorian, officials said Thursday, down from the 2,500 previously reported. The Bahamian National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) attributed the drop to cross-referencing names of missing persons with those in shelters. "It's very fluid," NEMA spokesman Carl Smith told reporters at a press conference in Nassa
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News video: Bahamas Has 2,500 People Missing From hurricane Dorian

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Authorities reported around 2,500 people missing in the Bahamas after being hit by Hurricane Dorian. According to Reuters, this number may include evacuees who fled to shelters. Emergency management officials said the list of missing have not been cross-checked with those in shelters. Bahamian Prime...

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