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Footage Shows US Coast Guard Rescue Operations in Bahamas After Hurricane Dorian

Coast Guard crews have rescued 114 people and six pets in the Bahamas since Dorian began

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    Coast Guard Responds to Bahamas After Dorian

    Newly released footage and ground video shows U.S. Coast Guard officials responding to damages caused by Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas. Crews have rescued 114 people so far and rescued six pets.

    (Published Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2019)

    New footage released by the U.S. Coast Guard shows rescue operations underway in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian devastated the area.

    The footage released Wednesday shows Coast Guard helicopters flying over the Bahamas, giving a birds-eye view of the terrible destruction. Crews are also seen on the ground helping people out of damaged homes.

    Coast Guard crews have rescued 114 people and six pets in the Bahamas since Dorian began, officials said. Their operations are being run out of Andros Island.

    At least seven deaths have been confirmed in the Bahamas from Dorian, but officials said more are expected.

    Bahamas Family Stranded in South Florida After Dorian

    [MI] Bahamas Family Stranded in South Florida After Dorian

    A family of 13 from the Bahamas who was in South Florida on vacation when Hurricane Dorian hit their homeland is now stranded, and not sure they'll have a home to go back to. Patricia Collie and her family have been cramped up in an apartment in Liberty City for more than a week. The Bahamian family is from Freeport and were on vacation when Dorian put a major wrench in their plans.

    (Published Wednesday, Sept. 4, 2019)

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