Power grid in Bahamas' Marsh Harbour completely destroyed

The health minister said officials are working to account for everyone who is missing as many residents rushed to leave the Abaco Islands.
2:00 | 09/09/19

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forget the growing humanitarian crisis growing in the Bahamas tonight. What president trump has said about people in the Bahamas who want to get to the U.S. No end to the devastation from hurricane Dorian. People who have lost everything desperate to get to safety. ABC's Marcus Moore tonight in the Bahamas again for us. Reporter: Tonight in the Bahamas, first responders with the grim task of recovering the dead. As aid arrives, survivors telling us they want to see promises kept. Let me tell you what I could appreciate is the action be taking place and no broken promises. We tired of broken promises, man. Reporter: Many rushing to leave the abaco islands. And this morning here in marsh harbour, they are still loading cars and people onto this ferry that's headed to Nassau. Part of the massive effort to evacuate people from this island left devastated by hurricane this, after more than 100 evacuees were kicked off a different ferry in freeport, captured here by WSVN. If you're coming to the usa, you'll have problem. Reporter: Passengers without a Visa told to disembark. It's unclear why that announcement was made. President trump weighing in on survivors trying to leave. I don't want to allow people that weren't supposed to be in the Bahamas to come into the United States, including some very bad people and some very bad gang members and some very, very bad drug dealers. Reporter: Back on the abaco islands, many still trying to figure out what to do next. Their families separated during and after the storm. I don't see my mom, I don't see my son. I don't know. I don't know. Reporter: The power grid here in March harbour was destroyed and will have to be completely rebuilt. And at the same time, the health minister here says that they are working to account for every single person who is missing. But it is possible that some victims were washed out to sea and may never be found. All right, Marcus Moore with us again tonight. Marcus, thank you.

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