"I've never been through anything like this in my life".
"I have a lot, a lot, a lot of stuff lost but I will be back, " he said. A thousand tarpaulins were to be distributed to replace roofs, the International Organization for Migration said.
Members of the Gainesville, Fla., fire department were operating in the remains of the Mudd, the Bahamas' largest Haitian immigrant community.
"These 70,000 do not include the thousands who, though not technically homeless, will live in damaged homes covered only by blue plastic tarps", she said.
The 24-year-old was adamant that she would not go to a shelter until her family arrived.
Search and rescue personnel who arrived with cadaver dogs on the Abaco Islands brought body bags and coolers to store human remains, said Joy Jibrilu, director-general of the country's tourism and aviation ministry.
Morgan, the CBP acting commissioner, said he had authorised the deployment of "an enormous amount of resources to Southern Florida" to receive people arriving from the Bahamas.
On Monday, it was reported that emergency workers and volunteers from the United States found five more bodies in the debris, with more expected to be recovered in the coming days.
A spokesperson for CBP said the 103 Bahamians who were not allowed to travel did not have any kind of identification.
The family rode out the storm in nearby government shelters and returned to find its homes smashed.
Bahamas residents said conditions on the devastated islands were brutal, and that the smell of unrecovered bodies, along with mounting piles of garbage, was oppressive and unsanitary.
According to the Times, Chiu says she struggled with depression after the alleged assault and attempted suicide, but she was inspired to come forward after meeting Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault in 2018.
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"We had to try to hold on to each other to try to get out of a house that had fallen apart around us", she said. "I don't see the authorities around". "I think it was a business decision by Balearia to remove them". Abaco is demolished. It's finished.
On Saturday, USAID announced $1 million in additional humanitarian assistance to help people affected in the Bahamas. USAID also has teams of disaster response experts on the ground.
Florida State Rep. Shevrin Jones, who has family in the Bahamas, defended the evacuees. "They were not ordered off the boat by any government entity - any United States government entity", the officer said.
Environmental migrants are not covered by the Geneva Convention on the status of refugees, which protects people fleeing persecution, war or violence.
The only aid they have received so far is from foreign aid groups and USA firefighters, said Reckley's husband, Dexter Edwards, a heavy equipment operator.
There's "only so much people can handle", she said of the people fighting to get off the island.
Bahamians continue to gather at sweltering airports and wharfs for flights or ferries to the nation's capital.
Stubbs was one of about 1,100 evacuees, who made the 72- nautical-mile (133 kilometres) journey from Freeport. His mother's house was destroyed, knocked off its foundation and flattened, he said.
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