Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis of the Bahamas said that Category 5 Hurricane "Dorian" has caused "unprecedented damage" to his country. The violent tropical cyclone damaged over 13 000 properties, according to the International Red Cross. Dorian is the strongest hurricane to hit the northwestern Bahamas with maximum sustained winds of 298 km/h (185 mph) and wind gusts up to 354 km/h (220 mph). This also makes it the second strongest Atlantic hurricane, according to the NHC.
Bruce Sawyer, a Bahamas native, described the nightmare as the residents endured the terrifying cyclone: "There's houses that are torn apart. There's tree limbs in the road. There's no green shrubbery left. It's just shredded. It looks like a bomb went out."
Minnis expressed on his Twitter account that although the winds have slowed down to 265 km/h (165 mph), Dorian still remains dangerous.
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