Storm chaser describes being in Bahamas for Dorian

'Hurricane Man' star calls Dorian 'nuclear-grade' after weathering a charge in a BahamasVideo

‘Hurricane Man’ star calls Dorian ‘nuclear-grade’ after weathering a charge in a Bahamas

Storm chaser Josh Morgerman discusses Hurricane Dorian’s rage in a Bahamas on ‘The Story.’

Storm chaser Josh Morgerman seemed Friday on “The Story with Martha MacCallum” and spoke about a extinction Hurricane Dorian brought to the Bahamas.

“At a tallness of this charge we couldn’t see anything. Everything was white. All we listened is crashing. The windows were floating and were holding seat opposite a shutters to keep them from caving in,” Morgerman said.

“We hardly done it to a eye, that is a ease center. And afterwards when we came outside, a cars in a parking lot were usually thrown each direction, deformed like they’d been in a blender.”

The comments came as a Bahamas genocide fee from Dorian, that struck a area as a fearsome Category 5 monster, was lifted to 30. That figure was usually approaching to stand in a entrance days.

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The victims were from a Abaco and Grand Bahama islands, those strike hardest by a charge and a 185 mph postulated winds.

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Morgerman talked about how he and others survived a storm.

“I pronounced get a kids divided from windows. Wrap them in blankets and we put them underneath a table. So even if like all ruin pennyless lax inside a room, kids would substantially be safe,” Morgerman told MacCallum.

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