The number of people who lost their lives due to Hurricane Dorian that hit the Bahamas increased to 43.
Search and rescue work continues on the 5th day of the hurricane that hit the Bahamas in the 5th category.
Authorities are worried about an increase in the number of dead.
The Hurricane Dorian, the largest hurricane that has hit the area so far, caused great damage in the Bahamas, with thousands of people becoming homeless.
Where is Bahamas?
The Bahamas is one of the American countries. It is located off the southeast coast of the US state of Florida, north of Cuba and Hispaniola (Haiti and the Dominican Republic).
The Bahamas’ two-season mild subtropical climate is largely under the influence of the Gulf Stream and the Atlantic Ocean breezes. The average temperature is 21 degrees in winter and 27 degrees in summer.
The total surface area of the Bahamas is 13939 km² and its population is 391.232. There are only 22 islands and villages in the Bahamas. 55.1% of the population lives in cities and 44.9% lives in coasts.
Two-fifths of the population in the Bahamas is under 10 years of age. The official language of the country is English.