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‘Buildings are completely gone’: Hurricane Dorian’s ‘complete devastation’ foretells what will happen to coastal US

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Hurricane Dorian aftermath in the Bahamas (Photos: Screen captures)

Florida is expected to avoid a direct hit by Hurricane Dorian, but the storm is still expected to hit coastal regions in the state at its top strength of a Category 5.

Residents of the Bahamas are still not out of the woods, as the slow-moving storm advances to Grand Bahama Island. What it has left behind thus far is a horrific scene. Powerlines are down, homes have been moved off of foundations, chain-link fences are even bent and wrapped around trees and there is severe flooding. At one point during a briefing, the prime minister broke down into tears.

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The storm is slated to begin moving into Florida Sunday evening and early Monday. It is then slated to move along the U.S. east coast, waning in strength. Florida, however, will see the worst of the storm as it hits the southeastern part of the state at full Category 5 strength. Currently, Palm Beach, Brevard, St. Lucie and St. Johns counties are all being told to evacuate immediately.

See the photos and videos of the aftermath of Dorian below:

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