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On Thursday, food and water was running low in The Mudd, a shantytown in Great Abaco island that was home to several thousand Haitian migrants before Hurricane Dorian razed it.
At least nine bodies were reportedly found in the area so far.
While cleanup efforts were underway at Grand Bahama International Airport after being utterly decimated by Dorian.
Groups of men were seen outside the airport raking debris, a street sweeper ran along the main road leading to the entrance and a helicopter transporting additional personnel was seen landing inside the airport as operations continued there.
Dorian left wide devastation and at least 20 dead after striking the northern Bahamas.