Leader of the US Agency for International Development (USAID) has looked at the harm from Hurricane Dorian in the Bahamas to that of an atomic bomb.

Imprint Green said he had taken a trip to watch the harm brought about by the tempest on Grand Bahama and the Abacos islands.

Dorian tore through the Bahamas last Sunday with class five breezes with certain blasts arriving at 300km/h (200mph).

So far 43 individuals are affirmed dead anyway the number is relied upon to rise.

Executive Hubert Minnis called the death toll “calamitous and annihilating”.

Mr Green revealed to Reuters news office: “I was struck by the engaged idea of the demolition.

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“There are portions of Abaco and the Bahamas that don’t demonstrate a lot of harm, and after that there are bunches and networks that were crushed, nearly as if atomic bombs were dropped on them.”

USAID says it is working with the administration of the Bahamas to give crisis cover, restorative consideration, nourishment and water.

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