As Hurricane Dorian continues to track along leaving devastation in its rear view mirror, residents of the Bahamas need help recovering and even staying alive. There were over 2000 distress messages sent to their local radio stations, reports of a 5-month old baby stranded on a roof, flooded storm shelters and as of now the death toll is five.
Police Chief Samuel Butler urged residents to remain calm and try to send their GPS coordinates, but also added "We simply cannot get to you."
There is virtually no way in, out or around the islands right now, but there are ways we can all help. Click here for places to donate and continue to keep them in your thoughts and prayers.