On September 6 2019, Hurricane Dorian caused unprecedented catastrophic damage on the islands of Abaco and Grand Bahama in The Bahamas. Entire communities have been ravaged by 20-foot storm surge and 185 mph sustained winds. Substantial parts of Grand Bahama remain underwater. As of Saturday, September 7 2019, CNN reported that the official death toll in the Bahamas stood at 43. Unfortunately, that number is likely to rise dramatically. Hundreds of persons are missing and it is estimated that some 70,000 are homeless in the Sister Islands of Grand Bahamas and Abaco. A series of Tweets posted this morning, September 9 2019, tell a horrifying story. One Tweet by the Bahama Press read, “The bodies of Hurricane Dorian victims loaded off a plane from the Abacos. More than 3,000 are feared dead.” Another Tweet said.