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Hurricane Dorian Survivor: 'I Stay Busy. I Trust In God. That's All I Can Do.'

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Hurricane Dorian Survivor: 'I Stay Busy. I Trust In God. That's All I Can Do.'

Hurricane Dorian Survivor: 'I Stay Busy. I Trust In God. That's All I Can Do.'

Hurricane Dorian walloped the island of Grand Bahama with such force that residents are struggling to grasp what they witnessed.

After making landfall Sept.

1 on the nearby Abaco Islands, the storm stalled over Grand Bahama for some 30 hours.

An astonishing 70 percent of Grand Bahama, where 50,000 people live, was under water.

A lot of people refused to run.

They got to face death.

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