Satellite photo shows Bahamas half underwater after Hurricane Dorian flooding

Satellite photo shows Bahamas half underwater after Hurricane Dorian flooding

Hurricane Dorian‘s devastating weekend over the Bahamas appears to have left the island of Grand Bahama much smaller than when the storm arrived, base

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Hurricane Dorian‘s devastating weekend over the Bahamas appears to have left the island of Grand Bahama much smaller than when the storm arrived, based on satellite footage showing the extent of the flooding.READ MORE: Latest track for hurricane Dorian has powerful storm headed for the Maritimes
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A satellite photo captured in the middle of the storm shows roughly half of Grand Bahama island covered in water on Monday.The photo from ICEYE, a Finland-based satellite startup, includes yellow lines showing where the shoreline used to be before Dorian hit.The firm estimates that 60 per cent of the island was underwater at noon on Monday — nearly a full day before the storm churned away.Slide

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    Keith 2 months ago

    Smartest thing he Bahamas could do to recover is become the 51st state of the U.S.

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