A Palm Beach Gardens many lets Haitian immigrants stay in his damaged resort.

EDITOR’S NOTE: Palm Beach Post staffers Lulu Ramadan and Rich Graulich are reporting from The Bahamas.

MARSH HARBOUR, The Bahamas — Roger Sands pointed at piles of rubble as he drove through Marsh Harbour Sunday.

“That was a shopping building,” he said Sunday, sticking his hand out the window of his compact Nissan as it weaved past downed power lines and Caribbean pines. “That’s where I bought my drinking water. … That, I don’t even recognize that.”

Hurricane Dorian took aim at Abaco Islands’ centerpiece of commerce and battered it for 36 hours straight last week. The destruction of the island’s bustling port city sent ripples of fear throughout Abaco and many

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