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Harold survived Dorian. Now he has to survive what’s next.

Harold survived Dorian. Now he has to survive what’s next.

Harold and his son were lucky they weren’t swept away in the rising flood waters — especially since Harold’s son is confined to a wheelchair. Their neighbors weren’t as lucky. “Some of the residents of his neighborhood were taken by the current,” our contact in the...
On the ground in the Bahamas: “There’s almost nothing left”

On the ground in the Bahamas: “There’s almost nothing left”

In the wake of Hurricane Dorian, the Bahamas look like a war zone. Cars are strewn about and sandwiched between the remains of what used to be homes, schools, and businesses. Now, it’s all destroyed — and the people who once lived here are struggling to survive. I’m...
Harold survived Dorian. Now he has to survive what’s next.

The Bahamas have become a biohazard

“The government is evacuating everyone from there as fast as they can,” our contact in the Bahamas updated us this past weekend. “It has become a biohazard with bodies still in the sea and on land. Diseases are now being seen among those that haven’t yet been...
Hurricane response expands to the Carolinas

Hurricane response expands to the Carolinas

People in the Bahamas are just starting to realize the full extent of the destruction there as the floodwaters recede. “It’s like a bomb went off,” a local from the Abaco Islands said according to one news report.At the same time, Hurricane Dorian continued its path...
Harold survived Dorian. Now he has to survive what’s next.

Death toll higher than we thought, Bahamian partner says

“Bodies are floating all through the water in Marsh Harbour,” our contact in the Bahamas said in an urgent message sent Wednesday.The official death toll of Hurricane Dorian being reported by most major news outlets has risen to 20, but our partner and other locals...
Harold survived Dorian. Now he has to survive what’s next.

URGENT: Help Hurricane Dorian victims

Hurricane Dorian slammed into the Bahamas this Labor Day weekend as a devastating Category 5 storm. The destruction was unprecedented, and the flooding some of the worst the island nation has ever seen. Now, the storm is headed toward the eastern U.S., and although it...
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