Huff Post – About 2,500 people have been reported missing in the Bahamas in the days since Hurricane Dorian left behind widespread destruction, government officials said Wednesday.

The islands are still sorting through the damage left by the storm, which struck parts of the Bahamas with Category 5 winds for more than a day and a half as the hurricane stalled. Thousands of homes were destroyed on the Abacos Islands, and 50 people have been reported dead, but that toll is expected to rise as authorities comb through the wreckage and recover more bodies.

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