Bahamas emergency services lists 2,500 people missing after Hurricane Dorian

A spokesperson for the Bahamas National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) said on Wednesday that the government has compiled a list of 2,500 missing persons after Hurricane Dorian devastated parts of the island.  He said the list has not been checked against government records of people who are staying at shelters or who have been evacuated from the areas most impacted by the storm.  The official death toll from the catastrophic Category 5 storm which struck the Bahamas on September 1 stands at 50 as of Monday evening. Aid workers and residents have cast doubt on the government’s official death

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