REPORT: Dorian still slamming Canada with hurricane-force winds
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Dorian continued lashing eastern Canada, having made landfall in Nova Scotia on Saturday, according to a 5 p.m. ET Sunday advisory from the National Hurricane Center. The storm lost its hurricane-force winds and is now described as a post-tropical cyclone.
Dorian is 65 miles west-southwest of St. Anthony, Newfoundland. It had maximum sustained winds of 65 mph and was moving northeast at 23 mph.
Boats were pulled from the water in Hyannis, Massachusetts, on Friday and ferries waved their fees to bring residents on nearby islands back to the mainland.
The article goes on to state the following:
The monster storm was blamed for at least 43 deaths in the Bahamas. It’s a number that officials warn will surely grow as thousands of people remain missing. Nearly 70,000 people are believed to be homeless on the islands, the U.N. said Friday.
In the storm-ravaged Outer Banks of North Carolina, floodwaters have receded.
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