The island of Dominica after Hurricane Maria

ABC News senior foreign correspondent Ian Pannell visited Dominica as it recovers from the storm.
0:58 | 09/26/17

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What we're just come ashore on the island and dominate guys and then people say it's a a bull's mouth. The destruction on the island is as shocking. There you can possibilities are just being completely blown away. Houses they're completely destroyed to. Telegraph poles blown out of Trace trends in any plural born. The smell of smoke is thick in the act. Some from buildings on plot some from people just making fun because austerity souls. Have any power to trying coat anything. He was sort of very officials of electricity. Those you can get out is being held sounds. But thousands of people on this island and we'll nowhere else to go save. They're the ones who really need the most help.

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