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Bahamian Shelters Are Overflowing After Hurricane Dorian

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Bahamian Shelters Are Overflowing After Hurricane Dorian

Bahamian Shelters Are Overflowing After Hurricane Dorian

Newsy's James Packard is in Central Nassau reporting on how some shelters are overflowing following Hurricane Dorian.

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