Hurricane Dorian: Bahamas battered by ‘monster’ stor

Media captionDorian, the second-strongest Atlantic hurricane on record, hits the Bahamas

The most powerful storm to hit the Caribbean islands of the Bahamas since records began has torn roofs from buildings and caused severe flooding.

The slow-moving, category five Dorian – the second-strongest Atlantic hurricane on record – has sustained winds of up to 180mph (285km/h).

A “life-threatening” storm surge of 23ft (7m) is predicted in places.

The hurricane is moving slowly westwards and may hit areas of the eastern US seaboard.

The US states of Florida, Georgia, North and South Carolina have all declared states of emergency.

Published by DEAN 360

Isah Abdullahi (born on September 12th 1996) is a Nigerian blogger, writer, entrepreneur, social media expert, and a political analyst.

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