BP BREAKING| On Abaco, the recovery of bodies that were left in the heat for more than eight days has begun. Thousands of corpses are being buried. #dorian #Abaco #Bahamas #hurricane | by Bahamas Press pic.twitter.com/RCB6Up7t78— Bahamas Press (@Bahamaspress) September 10, 2019
For my foreign friends on the TL, Bahamas Press is like the TMZ of the Bahamas, just FYI. Definitely some truth but more so reporting done for propaganda purposes. I always try to check other Bahamian news and also Intl news before I believe one of their reports.— BahamasStrong🇧🇸 (@bahamianista242) September 10, 2019
With it already being difficult for Bahamians to get from Freeport to Nassau, the US Government just made it even harder. US states that: pic.twitter.com/BKtV470C03— Shevrin Jones (@ShevrinJones) September 10, 2019
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