While Florida may have escaped Hurricane Dorian’s direct path, our neighbors in the Bahamas didn’t fare so well.
The Law Offices of Scott Klotzman, P.A. are receiving news of total devastation and apocalyptic destruction.
“We are seeing bravery and fortitude of Bahamians who endured hours and days of horror,” Prime Minister Hubert Minnis said. “Our urgent task will be to provide food, water, shelter and safety and security.”
Dorian drove sustained winds of 185 mph when it slammed into the island chain Sunday, the strongest hurricane to make landfall in the Atlantic basin since 1935. The storm made landfall three times that day, then stalled, pounding the islands and hampering rescue efforts.
Early reports said 13,000 homes and businesses were destroyed & seven have died, but the final tally is expected to be much higher.
How can you help?
Consider donating goods or donations to the Bahamas Red Cross.