There's no sleep for residents in Grand Bahama Island as Hurricane Dorian rages on, at 4 a.m.
"We are being lashed here in Freeport in the island of Grand Bahama by Dorian's winds all night long in the dark because power is out here. It sounds like a jet engine, just screaming winds that pick up but never really go away," said CNN correspondent Patrick Oppmann.
"You just have to imagine, for people who are in their homes, no power, no information, no TV, maybe they're listening to radio -- it has to be terrifying."
He added that Dorian is an unprecedented storm in the Bahamas, with storm surges a major concern. The surge could exceed 20 feet and the highest point on Grand Bahama is 30 feet, Oppmann said.
"Much of this island by the end of today, by tomorrow will be underwater," he said.
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