More than a month after Hurricane Dorian inundated and devastated the Bahamas, an excess of 1,000 people are missing.
Entire islands remain without power. Houses are wrecked. Furniture ruined. People called the storm a “monster. Like the devil himself...” And yet some speak of hope. Rebuilding. But they still need help.
A woman stood in a food line and asked simply: “Don’t forget us.”
The Sun’s Venice Editor Scott Lawson joined Venice-based Agape Flights on a tour of the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama, where Dorian had churned for days as a Category 5 hurricane.
Coming up this week in the Sun, hear from survivors and rescue volunteers, and learn how some of your donations are helping.