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Fisherman Howard Armstrong told how he and his wife Lynn were sheltering in their home in Freeport, Grand Bahama, when the floodwaters came. He described how a 21ft wall of water struck their home, leaving the couple stranded inside with the water rising. He spotted his fishing boat miraculously still tied to its mooring — despite the storm capsizing other vessels and hurling them inland — and swam to it. Howard said he'd lived in Freeport for 58 years and had "battled many a hurricane," but had never seen flooding like this. Hurricane Dorian bulldozed the Bahamas, killing at least seven people — with that grim body count expected to rise.
Everything Ravaged, Everything Burned. Just as we were all getting back into the mainland domestic groove, somebody started in with dragons and crop blights from across the North Sea. We all knew who it was. A turncoat Norwegian monk named Naddod had been big medicine on the dragon-and-blight circuit for the last decade or so, and was known to bring heavy ordnance for whoever could lay out some silver. Now bitter winds were screaming in from the west, searing the land and ripping the grass from the soil. Salmon were turning up spattered with sores, and grasshoppers clung to the wheat in rapacious buzzing bunches. I tried to put these things out of my mind.
His wife, Lynn, was standing on the kitchen cabinets, the only place where "your head would touch the roof," he said. Only their heads were above the water. When the storm finally released its devastating hold on the Bahamas on Tuesday, seven people were known to have died -- all on the Abaco islands, east of Grand Bahama -- and officials fear the death toll will rise sharply as more accounts like Armstrong's come to light. Armstrong said he then "took a chance" and swam outside the house to his boat, which was moored nearby. Armstrong said he'd lived in Freeport for 58 years and had "battled many a hurricane," but had never seen flooding like this. US starts troop pullout, seeks end to Afghan leaders' feud. Woman who paid bail with marijuana-scented cash jailed.