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MSC Seaside docks for the first time at Ocean Cay MSC Marine Reserve in Marine Cay Island, The Bahamas.

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The rubble of a destroyed neighborhood stands in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian in Abaco, Bahamas.

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The rubble of a destroyed neighborhood stands in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian in Abaco, Bahamas.

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An abandoned bicycle stands in a space that used to be a house, in a neighborhood destroyed by Hurricane Dorian, in Abaco, Bahamas. Dorian hit the northern Bahamas on Sept. 1, with sustained winds of 185 mph (295 kph), unleashing flooding that reached up to 25 feet (8 meters) in some areas.

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Priest's mass vestments hang in the rubble of a destroyed house by Hurricane Dorian in Pelican Point, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.

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Jeffrey Roberts, 49, eats a plate of food while searching through the rubble of his relatives' home which was destroyed by Hurricane Dorian in Pelican Point, Grand Bahama, Bahamas. The death toll from the hurricane stands at 50 and the number of missing at an alarming 1,300 people, although officials caution the list is preliminary and many people could just be unable to connect with loved ones.

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Pastor Jeremiah Saunders poses for a photo among the ruins of his church that was destroyed by Hurricane Dorian, in High Rock, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.

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A shattered and water-filled coffin lays exposed to the elements in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, at the cemetery in Mclean's Town, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.

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A coffin peaks out of a grave, in aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, at the shattered cemetery in Mclean's Town, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.

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Tereha Davis, 45, holds a plate of rice as she walks among the remains of her shattered belongings, in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, in McLean’s Town, Grand Bahama, Bahamas. She and others said they had not seen any government officials and have only received food and water from some nonprofit organizations.

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A car is sunk in the wreckage and debris caused by Hurricane Dorian, in Mclean's Town, Grand Bahama, Bahamas. Bahamians are tackling a massive clean-up a week after Hurricane Dorian devastated the archipelago’s northern islands. Residents sift through debris as they try to save prized possessions and prepare to rebuild from one of the strongest Atlantic hurricanes in history.

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Homes lay in ruins one week after Hurricane Dorian hit The Mudd neighborhood, in the Marsh Harbor area of Abaco, Bahamas.

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A Bahamas coroners team carries a body out of The Mudd neighborhood in the Marsh Harbor area of Abaco Island in the Bahamas in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian. Dorian, the most powerful hurricane in the northwestern Bahamas' recorded history, has killed at least 44 people in Bahamas as of Sunday, Sept. 8, according to the government.

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A abandoned high heel shoe lays in the mud in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian in an area called The Mudd, in Marsh Harbor, Abaco Island, Bahamas. Dorian was the most powerful hurricane in the northwestern Bahamas' recorded history.

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A man carries clothes over what remains of homes in the area called The Mudd after it was devastated by Hurricane Dorian, as he prepares to evacuate Abaco Island, Bahamas. Dorian was the most powerful hurricane in the northwestern Bahamas' recorded history.

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A home damaged by Hurricane Dorian is surrounded by debris in Eastern Shores just outside of Marsh Harbor, Abaco Island, Bahamas. The Bahamian health ministry said helicopters and boats are on the way to help people in affected areas, though officials warned of delays because of severe flooding and limited access.

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Brennamae Cooper, right, cries and hugs a friend after finding themselves walking in opposite directions, one escaping the destruction of Hurricane Dorian and the other on the way to search for her relatives, on a shattered road near the town of High Rock, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.

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Extensive damage and destruction in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian is seen in Great Abaco, Bahamas.

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Homes flattened by Hurricane Dorian are seen in Abaco, Bahamas. The storm’s devastation has come into sharper focus as the death toll climbed to 20 and many people emerged from shelters to check on their homes.

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George Bolter, left, and his parents walk through the remains of his home destroyed by Hurricane Dorian in the Pine Bay neighborhood of Freeport, Bahamas.

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An airplane sits on the side of a road in the Pine Bay neighborhood, in the aftermath of Hurricane Dorian, in Freeport, Bahamas.

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This photo shows destruction from Hurricane Dorian at Marsh Harbour in Great Abaco Island, the Bahamas.

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The destruction caused by Hurricane Dorian is seen from the air, in Marsh Harbor, Abaco Island, Bahamas.

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Destruction from Hurricane Dorian at Marsh Harbour in Great Abaco Island, Bahamas.

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A plane destroyed by Hurricane Dorian sits amid debris at the airport in Freeport, Bahamas.

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This photo shows destruction from Hurricane Dorian at Marsh Harbour in Great Abaco Island, the Bahamas.

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Destruction from Hurricane Dorian at Marsh Harbour in Great Abaco Island, Bahamas.

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Destruction from Hurricane Dorian at Marsh Harbour in Great Abaco Island, Bahamas.

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Volunteers depart on a motor-boat to rescue people trapped by the rising waters of Hurricane Dorian, on a flooded road near the Causarina bridge in Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.

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Volunteers walk under the wind and rain from Hurricane Dorian through a flooded road as they work to rescue families near the Causarina bridge in Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.

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Cars sit submerged in water from Hurricane Dorian in Freeport, Bahamas. Dorian is beginning to inch northwestward after being stationary over the Bahamas, where its relentless winds have caused catastrophic damage and flooding.

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Volunteers rescue several families that arrived on small boats, from the rising waters of Hurricane Dorian, near the Causarina bridge in Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.

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A volunteer looks for the owner of a dog he rescued from the rising waters of Hurricane Dorian, on a flooded road near the Causarina bridge in Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.

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A boat thrown onshore by the Hurricane Dorian lays stranded next to a highway near Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas.

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Julia Aylen wades through waist deep water carrying her pet dogs as she is rescued from her flooded home during Hurricane Dorian in Freeport, Bahamas.

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This aerial photo provided by Medic Corps, shows the destruction brought by Hurricane Dorian on Man-o-War cay, Bahamas. Relief officials reported scenes of utter ruin in parts of the Bahamas and rushed to deal with an unfolding humanitarian crisis in the wake of Hurricane Dorian, the most powerful storm on record ever to hit the islands.

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A woman who was trapped by flood waters during Hurricane Dorian is transported out of the area by volunteers on a jet ski near the Causarina bridge in Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas. The storm’s punishing winds and muddy brown floodwaters devastated thousands of homes, crippled hospitals and trapped people in attics.

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Strong winds from Hurricane Dorian blow the tops of trees and brush while whisking up water from the surface of a canal that leads to the sea, located behind the brush at top, seen from the balcony of a hotel in Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas. Hurricane Dorian hovered over the Bahamas on Monday, pummeling the islands with a fearsome Category 4 assault that forced even rescue crews to take shelter until the onslaught passes.

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Since baseball great Alex Rodriguez (A-Rod) was dating Jennifer Lopez anyway, a news of their engagement cannot, by that reason alone, guarantee our unqualified excitement. Seems the lovebirds were in Bah­amas, where the natural surroundings (sun, sand, beach...you know it), working on JLo’s ample charms, wrenched the ‘big question’ out of Alex. She, of course, said yes. Ana­lysis: all happy stories are the same; the rest are fodder for art.

Gage Nathans, 2, gets a sled ride from his father John Nathans during a nor'easter in Grand Bahama, Bahamas.

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