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Hurricane Dorian: The Aftermath in The Bahamas

Photographers capture the destruction of homes in The Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian.

Emma Garcia, Staff Writer

September 7, 2019

On Memorial Day weekend, hurricane Dorian struck The Bahamas with catastrophic wind speeds of up to one-hundred eighty five miles per hour. The category 5 hurricane demolished homes and neighborhoods, causing major flooding and at least 20 deaths. More damage was done when the hurricane stopped in its path, staying on the island for about forty-eight hours before eventu...

Helping Our Neighbors: Relief Drives for The Bahamas

Theatre teacher Ms.Barrow is one of many teachers at Gables collecting donations to be sent to the Bahamas as part of the several hurricane relief donation drives happening on campus

Nataly Leiva, Staff Writer

September 5, 2019

Right before our eyes, we saw Hurricane Dorian get increasingly more powerful by the minute, and it has been named as the most catastrophic and powerful hurricane to hit the Bahamas. Hurricane Dorian was originally expected to hit almost every county in Florida, so people prepared for what would have...

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