BP BREAKING| A growing wall of missing persons is being published by BP as families in Abaco become frantic on the location of their loveones. Communities in Abaco are under water and many are missing and feared dead. #DORIAN #HURRICANE #ABACO #BAHAMAS #BPLIVE pic.twitter.com/k5BmEnU2qd— Bahamas Press (@Bahamaspress) September 2, 2019
RT MissingKids "RT MissingKids: Did you find a MISSING CHILD as a result of Hurricane #Dorian?— HateThisSite.org (@_HateThisSite_) September 3, 2019
If you locate an unaccompanied minor as a result of Hurricane Dorian, please call us at 1-800-843-5678 or visit the Unaccompanied Minors Registry: … pic.twitter.com/eJj1WIRosN"
A desperate cry for help 😢😢😢😢#HurricaneDorian #Abaco #Bahamas Lord please help us pic.twitter.com/874BEsiB8t— MVP (@mvp242) September 1, 2019
.@ArtemisChats shares these images of Grand Bahama Island— on the left a satellite image taken on Monday at 11:44aET, on the right an image from Google Maps of the same regions of Grand Bahama Island prior to Hurricane Dorian: pic.twitter.com/3reqtEyo5G— Jake Tapper (@jaketapper) September 3, 2019
Hurricane season is heating up 🌀 NOAA's #GOESWest spotted #HurricaneDorian in the Atlantic, #TropicalStormFernand in the #GulfofMexico and #HurricaneJuliette in the Eastern Pacific at 1:20 p.m. EDT on Sept. 3, 2019. Learn more about these storms: https://t.co/W92tJt9WEM pic.twitter.com/lLnySwUYo0— NOAA Satellites (@NOAASatellites) September 3, 2019