How to survive a hurricane: Here’s how to get home

An article on the BBC about a hurricane that battered the Bahamas last year revealed that the islanders were desperate for help.

They said they were ready for the worst.

But the story also made a number of mistakes.

One is the lack of detail about how the islander communities got to the island and how they managed to survive.

The islanders had no idea how to access the island, how to leave and what was happening to them.

They had no way of contacting family or friends.

“It was all out of sight, out of mind,” said one resident, who asked not to be named.

It also failed to mention that the islands biggest population centres are just 30 kilometres from the island’s nearest major road, which was cut off by Hurricane Matthew in December.

It didn’t tell readers that the people were living in tents and cars with only one toilet and one shower.

It did not tell the readers that they were living under water and were without water and power.

The article also failed, in a shocking oversight, to mention the fact that the storm was forecast to hit the island in mid-January.

And, the article did not even mention that there were three hurricanes on the Atlantic and Caribbean.

It should have mentioned that.

The Bahamas is one of the most remote islands in the world.

It has just 1,700 people, with about 2,000 people living on the mainland.

Its population is only around 10 per cent of the global population.

But it has suffered a severe storm surge since Matthew, which has forced the island to relocate its population and to build seawalls.

The storm knocked out the power, so residents are now relying on generators to keep them warm and safe.

But many people say they are still struggling to get food and water.

They say the storm has been devastating and that the hardest hit have been the elderly and children.

The government is not giving any help to the people.

“This has been one of those days when the people are in a really tough position,” said Michael DeCarlo, the chairman of the Bahamas Association of Counties.

“They are being overwhelmed, they are being homeless, they have no other way to get water.”

The island has struggled to rebuild its economy and services since the storm.

The governor of the island says that his government will be doing everything it can to get people back to work and that there will be a “big recovery” from the storm by the end of January.

But he says it is too early to say how quickly that will happen.

The situation is so dire that some people are going to have to make do with food rations and bottled water, while others are going without even that.

They have already taken to rationing and water rationing, which is not an option for many.

The islands main supermarket has closed and there are only four outlets left.

There are no stores at all in the town of Gull and its surrounding area, which can accommodate up to 6,000.

There is a supermarket on the island of St Martin, but it is closed as well.

But people say that many of the stores are closed because of the high demand.

The country is in desperate need of help.

The BBC has learned that many people have lost everything they have and that they are not being provided with any aid to help them rebuild.

It is also understood that some are going hungry.

The Government has said that the country is prepared for the storm and will take measures to make sure the island is safe.

“There is no way that this can happen again,” said Mr DeCarlos.

“We are going through this on our own.

There will be no help from the outside.”

The Bahamas government is asking the UN to help in the recovery efforts.

But some are not convinced that the UN is going to help the island.

“The Bahamas government has no idea what they are doing.

They don’t know what they’re talking about,” said DeCarLO.

“I don’t think that the United Nations is going the right way.

The United Nations has done nothing for the Bahamas for many years.

We are asking them to help us recover from this.”

The government has also asked the US government to help provide food aid.

“If the US has any information on the status of the islands water supply or any other problem that is affecting the water supply, they will be available to provide that assistance,” said the government.

The US Department of Agriculture is also sending help, but only in the form of trucks.

“As the Bahamas government, we have not received any assistance from the United States in terms of the amount of aid they are sending,” said a spokesperson for the department.

“However, we will continue to work with the Bahamas Government to assist them in the search for water.”

Mr DeCARLO says that he wants to help people recover but that he also wants to provide for himself and his family.

He says that the government has made a lot of mistakes but that there is