Piles of rubble and splintered homes are slowing down search efforts in the Bahamas
Ravaged infrastructure slowed down search and recovery efforts in the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian left behind a mess of splintered buildings, torn-off roofs, snapped power poles and scattered vehicles. Volunteers with search dogs are scouring neighborhoods flattened by the hurricane. Global relief agencies rushed to get food and shelter to about 70,000 people left homeless on two northern islands.